I’m a cleaning whizz and here’s the best way to banish grime from your oven with no scrubbing needed

THERE are thousands of things most of us would rather do than clean our ovens.

Unfortunately, it's just one of those things you have to do.

There is a way to banish grime without all the added effort and elbow grease though.

Fan's of cleaning queen Mrs Hinch shared the genius tip after one confused cleaner couldn't stand scrubbing away much longer.

He pleaded: "Does anyone know the easiest way to clean the inner glass on an oven door?"

The glass door is one of the hardest parts of the oven to clean, since it can harbour all the dried on food and grease that is such a pain to remove.

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Other keen cleaners recommended the Mrs Hinch favourite, Pink Stuff, which is perfect for the job.

Don't let the bubble-gum pink colour fool you, the miracle cleaner can cut through just about anything.

The cleaning paste is an abrasive and a soap, so helps lift stuck on grime without all the fuss.

One cleaner said: "The easiest thing to do is apply Pink Stuff paste to the entire glass and leave overnight.

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"It properly cleans the glass with no scrubbing needed."

Another agreed: "Use Pink Stuff paste, apply it to the glass and leave it overnight.

"Then wipe the paste off the next day with a damp cloth and the stains will come off really easily.”

Even novice cleaners swear by the product: "Pink Stuff paste, I used this for the first time the other day, was really quite impressed with the results!"

Since the paste is abrasive it's always best to test it on a small area when using it on something new, as you want to avoid scratches.

Pink Stuff paste, I used this for the first time the other day, was really quite impressed with the results!"

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The cleaning product is a favourite for both bathrooms and kitchens, with cleaning pros swearing by it.

It can be bagged for the bargain price of £1 in Asda too, so there's real no downside.

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