To clean oven glass, make a baking soda paste, apply the paste to the glass, allow the paste to soak the surface, wash away the paste, then buff the glass with a paper towel. You need a container, baking soda, water, a s... More »

www.reference.com Home & Garden Appliances Ovens & Ranges

The glass on oven doors needs to be cleaned with a non-abrasive cleaner that dissolves grease. Abrasive cleaners or pads can make fine scratches on the surface of the glass that cannot be removed. More »

www.reference.com Home & Garden Appliances Ovens & Ranges

The Flavorwave oven is an appliance that uses halogen heat, infrared waves and convection cooking to heat either thawed or frozen food. Most fats and oils are removed while cooking, leading to the idea that the oven offe... More »

www.reference.com Home & Garden Appliances Small Kitchen Appliances

A paste of baking soda and water and some elbow grease is one way to remove scorch marks from a ceramic stove top. All-natural solutions or special cleaners designed for ceramic surfaces are preferred, and the milder the... More »

Tips for cleaning a glass-top stove include cleaning the stove only when it is completely cool, using a baking soda paste to remove burnt-on food and wiping up spills right after they occur to prevent staining. Specialty... More »

www.reference.com Home & Garden Appliances Ovens & Ranges

A GE oven can be cleaned without oven cleaner by combining natural products, such as baking soda, water and vinegar. Coat the interior of the oven with the paste and let it sit overnight to work through the grease and gr... More »

www.reference.com Home & Garden Appliances Ovens & Ranges

To clean a cast iron skillet, make a paste of salt and cooking oil, apply it to the surface of the pan, and rub the paste into the skillet with a paper towel. Wipe away the debris and any excess oil. More »

www.reference.com Home & Garden Kitchen Cookware & Kitchen Tools