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    Default Any advice with removing oil stains from glass?

    Hi there,
    I was just wondering if anyone has any miracle cures for removing oil stains from glass? I put the lid of the rice cooker on the top of the wok last night without realising and it's left a lovely little ring of oil on it. I've definitely learned my lesson about cleaning and drying woks properly.
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    I'm a little confused.. shouldn't the Oil just wash off with warm/hot soapy water? glass is non porous so it shouldn't have soaked in.

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    Has it just left an oily residue - maybe rub some bi carb (as a thick paste) on to the area and see if that helps, then wash as usual.

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    It's left a yellow stained ring being olive oil. I've left it soaking in the sink and it's slowly fading but I'll give the bicarb a go! Thanks so much xxx

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    Bicarb and vinegar is my suggestion. I use it to clean my shower screen glass so i assume it would work fairly well with oil on glass.

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    Some eucalyptus oil on a paper towel will help to remove the oil, and hot soapy water will remove the eucalyptus.

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    Orange oil stain remover type spray works well, or else CLR or some sugar soap if you're desperate?

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    Thanks guys! I'll give them a go xxx


 

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