Cleaning between the glass on oven doors
This may seem like a crazy question to some, but it's important to me. The last new range I had (another house and 11 yrs ago) was a glass top electric kenmore. When I accidentally spilled sauce while removing a pan from the oven, it dripped between the layers of glass on the oven door. Thank goodness I was able to take the door apart to clean it or that drip would've driven me crazy. Now I'm in the market to replace a coil top range in our new home with some sort of induction cooktop/wall oven or slide in range, and it is unclear where I would find that information. I have called the manufacturers of Bosch, and know you cannot clean (disassemble) the doors on their wall ovens. Electrolux you can. Does anyone know if you can clean the GE profile induction range? I've inquired on their site but haven't gotten an answer. Thanks.