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post #41 of Old 01-24-2012, 05:14 AM
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You can use mild cleaning spray and spray it on the parts where you find the spots not removable then clean with any soft towel or cloth.I do this only and my oven is always clean.
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I hope I post in right topic! I have one problem...I don't cnow how to clean microwave oven!!!I clean it every day but it is always dirty...maybe i do something wrong!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
How do you clean it? what do you use?
As per my opinion, you can high quality dishwasher to clean your microwave and you can use soft towel to with cleaner. You should avoid any cheap products because it will not work much more. Which is product do you use to clean your microwave?
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I hope I post in right topic! I have one problem...I don't cnow how to clean microwave oven!!!I clean it every day but it is always dirty...maybe i do something wrong!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
How do you clean it? what do you use?
There are different ways to clean your mircowave oven. I use my steam cleaner that converts to a handheld and turn the microwave off and give it a good steam but before I do that I spray vinegar and lemon (natural ingredients put in a spray bottle) inside of the microwave, let it sit and then after 10 mins I steam clean to lift up stains like pasta or whatever and give it a good wipe down. H2O Mop X5 converts in to a good hand held steamer and sanitizes all counters and appliances as well. Hope that helps!
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post #44 of Old 06-29-2012, 03:23 AM
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I guess the easiest way to keep it clean then would be to cover whatever you are reheating in some sort of plastic wrap. That will stop the food from spraying everywhere.
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post #45 of Old 07-09-2012, 01:50 AM
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The lemon vinegar is helpful solution for cleaning and with eco friendly cleaners you can do best cleaning.
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post #46 of Old 08-14-2012, 03:34 AM
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wet a cotton cloth n then put it in microwave for 2 mins switch microwave on & it will clean microwave with the help of steam
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Damn... I'm glad I do everything the easy way.

Now in my own house... we actually COOK food we never microwave it. The microwave is what was built over the stove with a clock on it. I think it has been used once for popcorn.
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The most easiest and effective way is the use of lemon.Cut a lemon in half(divided into 2 pieces).And place both halves cut-side down on a microwaveable plate with a tablespoon of water.
And then microwave for about 1 minute or until the lemon is hot and the inside of the microwave is steamy.After this just wipe the inside of the microwave with kitchen paper and wash the plate.
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I always cover whatever I put in the microwave so that it doesn't slash around in the microwave.
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post #51 of Old 10-02-2012, 04:29 AM
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I got few tips from a commercial kitchen equipment supplier and found that lemon, salt and vinegar tip in this post is very similar to them. However, it is best to clean your oven after using it.
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I usually use an wet cloth, i hate the smell of vinegar.
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post #53 of Old 10-15-2012, 11:34 AM
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Cleaning a microwave oven and a regular oven

To clean a microwave oven:

Microwave bowl with 1/2 cup of water with 1/3 cup of vinegar on high for 2 minutes. Let sit for 3 minutes. Open the microwave and carefully remove bowl. Wipe clean immediatly with a grease cutting detergent.



Regular oven:

Pre heat oven to 200 degrees. Make sure area is well ventilated. Once oven is pre heated turn the oven off and spray with an oven cleaner such as easy off. Let sit for 10 minutes. Grease will be easy to wipe with cloth of a dish scrubbing pad. Make sure you rince all cleaner from the oven.


Hope this helps!
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Microwave cleaning and oven cleaning

If you don't like the smell of vinegar lemon juice is a great substitute and works just as well.
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To clean the inside, use a wet sponge to remove any crumbs or other loose particles. For caked on bit or other substances, use a fingernail or other blunt object, gently remove what comes off easily.
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post #56 of Old 02-07-2013, 06:19 AM
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Try with this:

A mixture of lemon juice and vinegar (about 3/4 cup of vinegar with a tablespoon or so of lemon juice) Microwave for 2-3 min.
Let it sit in the microwave for 5 mins, to let the steam work on the food.
Comes off really easy with a scrubby sponge.
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post #57 of Old 05-22-2013, 04:23 AM
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Today in every home we can see this micro oven for cooking and backing the tasty oil less food. At that time in the oven there is a chances for getting with mud and oil, so we need to clean it regularly. There are many cleansers are there to clean it, but we have to take care while cleaning.
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Sometimes cleaning microwave seems to be a tedious task. but yes using vinegar or baking soda is somewhat helpful for a time being. As i have used Cleaning product by Janitorial, & trust me it worked like anything for me. it not took out the dirt clot inside but oil too, which many a times sticks to the walls & we find it difficult to wipe it off. Would recommend you to use Janitorial Cleaning Supplies & let me know the outcome. for better information pls visit http://mobilejanitorialsupply.com/
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Get the one which has the self-cleaning feature by all means and use it!
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Some good tips here, i will have to get the missus to join this site
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