How to Clean a Black & Decker Toaster Oven Door

Black & Decker toaster ovens are handy kitchen appliances that can aid food preparation while conserving energy and saving space on your kitchen counter.

Although often used to prepare a quick, hot snack, you can also use your toaster oven to reheat leftovers, warm up bread or biscuits, or even make a meal for one person. On a hot day, your Black & Decker won't raise the temperature in your kitchen. Although the oven door can take a beating, regular cleaning will keep your Black & Decker toaster oven, and the door, looking great.

Unplug your Black & Decker toaster oven before you clean any part of the appliance. If you just used the toaster oven, allow the appliance to cool completely before cleaning.

Add 3 to 4 drops of liquid dish detergent to a bowl or basin filled with warm water. Dip a nylon dish scrubber or a cloth into the soap water and use the soapy nylon scrubber or cloth to clean the door. Use a detergent that contains a degreaser if the oven door is greasy or badly soiled.

Remove the soapy water and any remaining grime with a damp cloth and clear water.

Wipe the toaster oven door with a soft, dry cloth or paper towel. Don't use your Black & Decker toaster oven until the appliance is completely dry.

Things You Will Need

  • Liquid dish detergent
  • Nylon dish scrubber or cloth

Tips

  • Cleaning your Black & Decker toaster oven will be easier if you clean the oven and wipe the door with a damp cloth after every use.
  • Avoid sharp objects or abrasive cleaners when cleaning your Black & Decker toaster oven.
  • Don't clean the toaster oven door with a spray-on glass cleaner.

About the Author

M.H. Dyer began her writing career as a staff writer at a community newspaper and is now a full-time commercial writer. She writes about a variety of topics, with a focus on sustainable, pesticide- and herbicide-free gardening. She is an Oregon State University Master Gardener and Master Naturalist and holds a Master of Fine Arts in creative nonfiction writing.