Get the Cleanest Oven Door Window Glass

Get the Cleanest Oven Door Window GlassPeople are trying and being amazed at this viral cleaning hack – using a dishwasher tablet to clean a dirty oven door’s window glass.

The hack works like this: purchase a dishwasher detergent tablet like Finish, one that has a powdery consistency and not a gel pack, and cut the tablet in half. Wear rubber gloves to avoid getting detergent, grease and dirt on your hands. Dip the tablet in water and rub it all over the dirty, greasy glass of the oven. The tablet will quickly crumble, but continue rubbing it over the window. Use a little more water as needed. Use a paper towel or damp sponge to remove the detergent residue and any grease from the window. Keep cleaning until the glass becomes clear.

Please note, do not try this on a warm or hot oven. wait for the oven to cool down completely before cleaning.

Those who have tried this hack have been shocked at how well this hack removed grease and baked on grime from their oven glass. Check out these stories to see before and after photos.

“I tried a viral cleaning hack on our dirty oven door”

Mum reveals how rubbing a dishwasher tablet over your filthy oven door can leave it grime-free in minutes

One thing worth noting – all these links are from oven owners overseas (U.K. or Australia) where dishwasher detergents might be different. In 2010, phosphates were removed from most commercial dishwasher detergent in the USA, which may (or may not) impact the results of people trying this cleaning hack in the U.S.

Dishwasher tablets are also good for cleaning off burned-on food in pots and pans. Simply drop a tablet into the scorched pot filled with water and let it sit overnight. The pot should wipe clean in the morning.

Have you tried this hack? How were your results?

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