Microwaves are such a convenient kitchen appliance, it's no wonder many people use them on a daily basis.
In households across the country, meals and snacks are reheated and cooked on high rotation, interspersed with the occasional "pop" of sauce or another piping hot liquid splatting against the microwave door and walls.
Then one day, you inevitably pause and take a proper look at the state of your nifty food zapper, only to be shocked (and slightly mortified) by the fact it resembles a CSI crime scene.
Yes, microwaves can get pretty manky pretty quickly. Fortunately however, the instant heat that makes them so handy can also be used to clean them in a jiffy.
Using other items usually found in the kitchen you can quickly, easily and gently clean your microwave without a toxic fume in sight.
Here are three quick and simple methods you could try today.
Method 1: White vinegar
Method 2: A lemon
Method 3: Baking soda
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