How to clean a mictowave oven so that the dirt is dissolved completely
Homeowners often use the microwave to heat food quickly. However, grease, dirt and steam from the food can create an unpleasant odor and stubborn stains that are hard to get rid of.
To make your microwave oven last as long as possible, wipe it down after each use. If there's a stubborn dirt buildup, you should remove it immediately. OBOZREVATEL found a way that will help to cope with this.
It is better not to close the device and give it time to "dry" after heating food. The steam from the dish settles on the walls, which creates pollution. Therefore, be sure to leave the door open.
You can use a natural product instead of chemicals.
Lemon will help to deal with dirt effectively. Fill a bowl halfway with water and squeeze the juice from the lemon. Put the bowl in the microwave and turn it on to maximum power for 5 minutes. Take the bowl out and wipe the inside with a paper towel.
The steam from the lemon softens the dirt and cleans the microwave of stubborn stains and grease.
However, the odor can remain. Use ground coffee to get rid of it. Sprinkle the mixture on a plate, put it inside and leave it overnight. You will already enjoy a pleasant aroma in the morning.
Earlier OBOZREVATEL published effective methods that will help to get rid of unpleasant odor from the refrigerator.