3. Baking soda
If you want to deep clean the inside of your oven door, try this terrific treatment. Start by combining 1/4 cup of vinegar, 1/8 cup of dish soap and 2 cups of hot water in a spray bottle. Shake it up well, then spray it all over the inside of your oven door. Add a thick layer of baking soda to the door, and spray again. Leave it overnight, and in the morning wipe it away with a damp, soapy cloth.
Sometimes you might notice a spill while you’re in the middle of baking. Instead of letting it burn onto the oven floor, you can make the cleaning process easier on yourself. Sprinkle salt over the spill, then close the oven door so your food will finish baking. After it’s done and the oven is turned off and cool, you can use a damp sponge or a scrub brush to easily wipe up the spill.
5. Thieves Household Cleaner
If you need a heavy-duty cleaner but don’t want something filled with chemicals, then try Thieves Household Cleaner. Spray the Thieves cleaner on every surface inside your oven, and let it soak in for at least 2 hours (an overnight soak is best, though). When you come back to it, scrub everything with scouring pads and a steel brush. Wipe out any excess grime with a damp washcloth. Depending on how dirty your oven was to begin with, you might have to repeat this process.
6. Clorox wipes
After you’ve cleaned every inch inside your oven, you might notice that you still can’t see through the window on the door. This means you need to clean between the panes of glass in the door. The easiest way to do this is to use a rubber band to attach a Clorox wipe to a straightened-out wire hanger. Remove the drawer below your oven and slide the hanger up through one of the slats on the underside of the oven door. Move the hanger back and forth so the Clorox wipe slides around between the glass. When you’re finished, just pull it back out, and return the drawer to its position.