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post #61 of Old 05-03-2015, 07:08 PM
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I just wanted to add that I like the reply made by JoanLee.

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post #62 of Old 06-13-2015, 04:15 AM
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Of course, but some times even the old baking soda doesn't help washing the range. I've experimented with everything nevertheless it just turn up, useful info.
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post #63 of Old 09-05-2015, 01:14 AM
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Use plastic covers that prevent your microwave from dust and other dirty material.
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post #64 of Old 11-09-2015, 01:13 AM
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You need to clean it with a cotton napkin after using it on daily basis. It will save your time.
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post #65 of Old 02-10-2016, 03:03 PM
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Hot water always helps with cleaning out the oven. The heat makes the excess dirty easier to wipe off and a mixture of vinegar along with baking soda also goes a long way in cleaning the oven. That's my favourite technique and it always works!
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Boiled water in micowave for a few mins will soft the dirt, then u can easy remove them with damp cloth
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post #67 of Old 06-23-2016, 08:13 PM
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Get the one which has the self-cleaning feature by all means and use it!
I've heard that they don't work very well. I've found the best way to clean a microwave is first by removing loose debris first. Anything that's left caked on can be cleaned up with a damp warm sponge or cloth. You can use a peroxide cleaner to help with trouble areas, should come right up
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baking soda is the best and cheapest way for me

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  1. Wipe out excess crumbs from the microwave's interior.
  2. Fill a microwave-safe bowl with 1-2 cups water.
  3. Heat the water to boiling, about 2-3 minutes.
  4. Carefully remove bowl; remove tray from microwave, set aside.
  5. With a damp cloth, wipe the interior of the microwave.
  6. Wash tray in the sink with dish soap. Dry and return to microwave.
  7. For the exterior, spray with kitchen cleaner, wipe off with paper towels.
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post #70 of Old 07-12-2016, 03:54 AM
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You can clean microwave with lemon.
Cut a lemon in half. Place both halves cut-side down on a microwaveable plate with a tablespoon of water, microwave for about 1 minute, wipe the inside of the microwave with kitchen paper and wash the plate.

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post #71 of Old 02-26-2017, 09:16 PM
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I suggest you to fill a bowl with hot water and lemon and microwave it.
The steam will melt the grime and you should be able to wipe everything easily.
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  1. Wipe out excess crumbs from the microwave's interior.
  2. Fill a microwave-safe bowl with 1-2 cups water.
  3. Heat the water to boiling, about 2-3 minutes.
  4. Carefully remove bowl; remove tray from microwave, set aside.
  5. With a damp cloth, wipe the interior of the microwave.
  6. Wash tray in the sink with dish soap. Dry and return to microwave.
  7. For the exterior, spray with kitchen cleaner, wipe off with paper towels.
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post #73 of Old 05-03-2017, 12:34 AM
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I have a plate cover and immediately wipe up anything that splatters
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hey everyone. thanks for the wonderful advice.
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What I do is this: I use a foam sponge, and buy them at the Dollar Store - $1 for 8. While the interior is still warm, I spray an all purpose cleaner inside. Wait a minute and then use the spone go wipe it all up.

The microwaves that annoy me in my business are the over-the-stove ones. I am short, 5'3", and often cannot reach the back or top without a step stool. And when you clean for profit, that means extra time (time you probably willl not have!) Just finding such a stool may take a while unless the owner is present.
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I am using warehouse115 Over Cleaner products to clean oven.

Warehouse 115, we carry a premium, brand-name oven cleaners available wholesale quantities at much lower prices than youll find anywhere else online.
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post #78 of Old 04-03-2018, 08:50 AM
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Add lemon, salt, vinegar... then lettuce, slices cucumber, tomatoes and here you go. You'll have a good salad. Seriously - am I the only one who doesn't use salt and lemon when cleaning?


LOL!!! Nope, you arent the only one. Nor do I use baking soda or any of the other goofy things some people say work great. I tried them all and none of them performed as well as my regular cleaning agents.
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Here some advice.

Use some Eco friendly cleaning coz Green products reduce exposure to potentially toxic chemicals compared to their chemical based cousins.
I agreed, actually always agreed with Eco-friendly products those are non-toxic...

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