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post #81 of Old 12-10-2019, 12:03 PM
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clean out all the crumbs, then steam clean it to loosen up the dried up liquids and stains. Then sponge it with hot soap water and dry. Voila
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post #82 of Old 03-18-2020, 11:40 AM
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clean out all the crumbs, then steam clean it to loosen up the dried up liquids and stains. Then sponge it with hot soap water and dry. Voila
Great!Thanks for the info.
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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?
Cheap products work for me as well.
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post #84 of Old 05-22-2020, 02:25 AM
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Method 1: clean the microwave with steam
You are lucky if your microwave has a steam cleaning function. This is the easiest way to clean the microwave, which has not yet “overgrown with fat.” Under the influence of steam, grease and dirt become soaked, they are easy to clean with a napkin.
How to clean the microwave
If there is no such function, then do the same, only manually. You will need a bowl filled with water.
Put it in the chamber and turn on the stove at maximum power.
Evaporated water softens pollution. All that remains is to wipe the camera with a damp cloth or sponge.
Method 2: how to wash the microwave with soapy water
If you "started up" your microwave, one steam is not enough. You have to wash the microwave with dishwashing detergent.

Dissolve a few drops of detergent in water and place in the chamber.
Preheat the stove to boil the liquid.
From a soapy sauna, pollution is softened. You can easily clean them with a damp cloth even in hard to reach places.
Method 3: how to clean the microwave with soda
Porridge from soda will clean the microwave well without chemicals and remove the musty smell.

How to wash a microwave

Dampen a napkin in it, rub the walls of the chamber and the door. Then rinse off.
The second option: in a bowl with soapy water, add a few tablespoons of soda and steam the chamber. The soda mixture absorbs unpleasant odors. The remains of burnt food and old fat will easily "go away".
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the most affordable products work for my newie. I literally thought that I'd spoil it with the cheapest products, however, it went ok. I've bought a rotisserie oven and it had been so clean and new before I decided to cook a chicken there, lol, the sauce was everywhere. I tried some methods I disocvered on the internet, they didn't work though, so I justwent to the nearest shop and bought the cheapest cleaning thing and was happy with the purchase as it helped to clean all the stains and fatts remained inside. By the way, have you ever tried to cook in a rotisserie oven? I like it so much. I decided to order it owing to the blog about food and various appliances. wellfed has a nice article describing rotisserie ovens and giving brief info about their features. Worth checking!

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that is a great way to clean it. I am going to try.
Thanks for sharing this info.
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For cleaning a microwave that is heavily soiled, half a lemon dipped in table salt comes highly recommended as a microwave cleaner. Follow the advice given in the first step to the left, then cut a lemon in half, dip it in some salt, and start scrubbing. Scrub gently though; the salt is abrasive, and you don’t want to inadvertently damage your microwave. Once you’re done scrubbing, wipe the salt and lemon out with a clean, wet rag.
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the most affordable products work for my newie. I literally thought that I'd spoil it with the cheapest products, however, it went ok. I've bought a rotisserie oven and it had been so clean and new before I decided to cook a chicken there, lol, the sauce was everywhere. I tried some methods I disocvered on the internet, they didn't work though, so I justwent to the nearest shop and bought the cheapest cleaning thing and was happy with the purchase as it helped to clean all the stains and fatts remained inside. By the way, have you ever tried to cook in a rotisserie oven? I like it so much. I decided to order it owing to the blog about food and various appliances. wellfed has a nice article describing rotisserie ovens and giving brief info about their features. Worth checking!
Does this source provide any discounts for the products presented?

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