How to Clean Between Glass on the Oven Door: Remove the oven door
Photo 1: Remove the panel
Remove the screws that secure the front panel to the oven door frame. Note their location and store them in a cup. Then carefully lift off the panel and set it aside.
Photo 2: Remove the oven door glass
Remove the screws from the glass hold-downs and set them aside. Note the location of the retaining tabs above and below the glass. Then lift off the glass and clean it.
It’s a mystery how baking slop gets deposited between oven door glass panels. But it’s clear that you can’t remove it and clean oven glass without disassembling the door. The job’s not that hard and takes less than an hour. Here’s how to clean between glass on oven door:
Remove the oven door (consult the manual for how to unlock the hinges and lift the door off). Then remove the exterior trim panel (Photo 1) and the glass hold-downs (Photo 2). Lift out the glass and handle it carefully (it’s expensive and breaks easily!).
Clean off the crud with a nylon scrub pad, hot water and degreaser. Rinse and dry, then clean with glass cleaner. Wear gloves to prevent fingerprints as you place the glass back onto the oven door. Be sure the glass sits inside the locating tabs before you reassemble the hold-downs. Then install the hold-down channels and screws and the trim panel. Put the door on the oven.
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Required Tools for this oven door glass Project
Have the necessary tools for this DIY oven door glass project lined up before you start—you’ll save time and frustration.
- 4-in-1 screwdriver
Required Materials for this Project
Avoid last-minute shopping trips by having all your materials ready ahead of time. Here’s a list.
- Glass cleaner
- Nylon scrub pad
- Paper towels
- Rubber gloves