Whilst your floors and countertops have an obvious impact on your space, this small window is surprisingly impactful when it comes to your overall scheme. And thankfully, knowing how to clean an oven door streak-free is simple.  The process of elevating your kitchen ideas begins with ingredients you may already have in your cupboard – and this method is entirely expert-approved. 

How to a clean glass oven door – using baking soda for a streak-free finish  

‘There is an extremely efficient and easy to clean oven doors that not many people know about. All you need is some white vinegar, baking soda, and window cleaner,’ says cleaning expert Ray Brosnan (opens in new tab). Here’s what the process involves.  • Baking soda: this one (opens in new tab) should last for many cleans • White vinegar: this bottle (opens in new tab) works for many jobs beyond your glass oven door • Window Cleaner: commercial cleaner (opens in new tab) is the secret behind a streak-free shine

1. Combine baking soda and white vinegar 

Ray explains that glass oven doors are one of the best things you can clean with vinegar – the second ingredient needed in the technique. Ray recommended opening your oven door and sprinkling some baking soda on the glass before following it up with ‘some spritzes of white vinegar.’

2. Leave the mixture to soak  

After applying the baking soda and white vinegar to your door, the expert explains that you should let it soak for 15-20 minutes. However, you can leave it longer if the grease and grime are particularly bedded onto your glass.  ‘Once the time has passed, simply scrub with a soft sponge and then wipe everything [away],’ Ray says. Cleaning expert Phi Dang from Sidepost (opens in new tab) adds that you should rinse your door with clean water to ‘wash away the loosened residue.’ 

3. Finish with window cleaning