So, the other night I sprayed it with this after cleaning, I got it a Sam's.
And after the smoke it looked like this tonight.
What little there was wiped off with one try.
Hope this helps somebody. Maybe that will work on something else.
I don't understand why you guys use all this fancy stuff to clean the window. I use a two sided sponge, regular yellow sponge with a Brillo pad top on one side and hot water. Cleanse right up and never have chemicals left over in my smoker.
wet paper towel and some fine ash from your fireplace or where ever. The ash just rubs the grease right off in no time plus you don't have to use any chemicals or spend money on cleaner.
The easiest way to clean the window will be with ammonia. Used it to clean the fireplace windows. Years of crap came right off. Any residue should rinse right off with water.
This how i do mine as well! a razor scrapper cleans it faster than anything else i have tried, including chemicals, ashes, soap and water, etc.
I spoke with masterbuilt this morning and was given an idea that I was told would work. Put a 50/50 mixture of vinegar and water in the water pan and turn unit on to 250 or higher for about an hour and half then wipe the window with the same mixture on a rag or paper towel. Hopefully this help to clean the window. Then I am going to use the Spray Away Stainless Steel Cleaner.