Sparkling Stove Doors

You can clean your stove doors with vinegar.
By Vincent Hinck
October/November 2002
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To clean the inside glass of my woodstove's front door, I wet it with vinegar and rub it down with a paper towel. Any residue is removed with a single-edge razor blade. Easy. It works like a charm.

Grants Pass, Oregon

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