Ali Bunting said: “Dishwasher tablet (the chalky ones, not liquid), keep the plastic wrapper on it and rub the door hard with it. Wipe it down afterwards with a damp microfibre cloth.”

Dianne Cox commented: “Don’t use anything abrasive. It can cause tiny little cuts in the glass and could shatter when it gets hot. Rubbing it off with a dishwasher tablet is the best thing to do.”

Christine Hamilton replied: “Easy, mine was the same, wet a dishwasher tablet, rub it on the glass and it comes up like new.”

Wendy Scott advised: “Buy a cheap dishwasher tablet, dip in water then rub. It only takes two minutes, no hassle at all.”

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Post source: Express

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