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toaster oven

Posted by plumberry (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 15, 14 at 9:46

I have a breville toaster oven that I used for broiling (I know I shouldn't have) the steel around the window and the window itself turned brown --burned on grease. I was going to use stainless steel cleaner on the steel (but not sure) and I'm clueless about cleaning the glass.
any help is appreciated. thanks.

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RE: toaster oven

Unplug and open the door, mix up some baking soda with a little water and spread it over the window. Let it sit for 20-30 minutes. If it seems to be drying out, spray with water or put a wet paper towel over the window. After the 20-30 minutes, scrub with a cleaning cloth or a plastic scrubbie if you have stubborn stains. Then rinse off the baking soda using the cleaning cloth, repeatedly rinsing it in water.

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