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  • Dirty microwave? Try this!

    June 29, 2013

    Food splatters in the microwave… it can be a pain to clean!  Stuck on hard like tiny cement pieces, it takes so long to scrub and scrub them.  But there’s a better way!  This is tried and tested and yes, it really does work.

    Put a little bit of water in a microwave safe bowl.  Squirt about half a lemon into the water.  Put in the microwave and cook on high for 30-90 seconds depending on your microwave speed.  Be careful because the lemon water will be very hot!  Get a clean sponge or rag or paper towel and, while the food particles are still steaming from cooking the lemon water, simply wipe down the inside!  The food just slides right off with no scrubbing or harsh chemicals. 

    Remember when you’re selling your house that some buyers will open closets, drawers, cabinets, and yes, even microwaves and ovens.  And they’ll use that information to make a decision about whether to offer on your property.  It never hurts to have a spic and span microwave—and it’s good for your quality of life, too.

    Thanks for reading,

    Happy cleaning!

    The APDetails