I've done a search to see how people are dealing with creosote on the glass doors of wood stoves and how best they tackle the problem. I have in my posession the following: Rutland Hearth & Grill Conditioning Glass Cleaner with Silicone; Rutland Fireplace Glass & Hearth Cleaner (non-corrosive Ultra-Cling Formula; Speedy White Hearth and Stove Biodegradable Cleaner; and The Chimney Sweeping Log Soot Out Glass & Surface Cleaner. None of these are working very well. I get the "baked on" filmy/foggy stuff and you can somewhat see through, and I get the baked on caked on dark black bumpy creosote. Some of both come off with a lot of elbow grease, nylon scouring pad, tooth brush. I can't believe the effort and time it takes to get the glass clean again. I saw on here not to long ago that one of you said they use a razor blade to scrape it off. Will using a razor blade (at a very low angle) to get the creosote off damage the glass, or possibly any coating that might be on the glass? I experimented with a razor blade a little last night on one of the corners and it seem to be easier than anything I've used in the past. Any opinions on if Easy-Off oven cleaner would work? The manual only says to use a "Non-abrasive household cleaner." Thanks!