How To Clean In Between The Glass On Your Oven Doors

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Keeping your house clean seems like it should be simple, but it’s just not. Even people who have the best cleaning habits still struggle to keep certain areas of the house spotless. Things like toilets, sinks, bathtubs, ovens, and stovetops constantly get dirty — and of course they’re the trickiest things to clean.

“Real mom on a mission” Jess Kielman writes a blog to help other moms keep their homes clean and beautiful.

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One of the things Kielman wrote about on her website is how to clean the glass on your oven door. Many people think this area is impossible to clean, but Kielman breaks it down and shows just how easy it really is.

Not only will this clean the oven, it will also make your whole kitchen look better!

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First, clean the rest of your oven. Instead of just using a traditional baking soda scrub, Kielman recommends using warm water, dish liquid, and orange essential oils.

To clean the tricky area between the layers of glass, Kielman reveals that she actually uses a toolkit to unscrew the Torx screws at the top of the oven door. Once the door is open, Kielman uses a vacuum hose to clean out the area and then uses window cleaner on the glass.

For more detailed instructions, check out Kielman’s website.

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Cleaning ovens is tricky, but there are a number of successful ways to do it. The Kitchn recommends using baking soda and white vinegar, since it’s safe and effective.

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How often do you clean your oven? Do you have any cleaning tricks you use? Make sure to share this article with your friends!

Credits: tipsforthehome.com

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