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    Grease stains on your glass casserole/pyrex dishes? This website has the answer on how remove them and make your dish look brand new! It really works!

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    • Sarah Heckman

      How To Clean Glass Baking Dishes ~ Set your dish in the sink, spray with oven cleaner all over the affected areas and let sit for 30 minutes. Come back and wipe off with a cloth or scrub brush. Comes off like butter. Rinse and then run through the dishwasher to make sure to remove any chemical residue. The chemicals won't leak into your glass so don't be worried about that.

    • Mrs R

      Pyrex glass grease stains. (I'd rather use baking soda to clean with than a magic eraser sponge).

    • Gina Cook

      Grease stains on your glass casserole/pyrex dishes? Magic Eraser and some elbow grease and it will comw right off.

    • Lbutterfly74

      GOODBYE GREASE STAINS.. glass grease stains removed with MAGIC ERASER! Gotta buy this!

    • Jessica Sofield

      Grease stains on your glass casserole/pyrex dishes? Scrub with a magic eraser!

    • Jo Callis

      Pyrex glass grease stains removed with Mr. Clean Magic Eraser

    • Elya Kerstetter

      *Goodbye Grease Stains* comes off with a magic eraser!

    • Lisa S.

      Clean Pyrex glass grease stains with Magic Eraser Pad

    • Barbara Christopher-Domin

      Cleaning glass dishes

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