Tuesday, April 26, 2011

The best way to clean a microwave

        Nowadays, most of the people use microwaves to heat and cook food faster. Problems come when you have to clean your favorite kitchen appliance.
        If you are tired of scrubbing your microwave for hours and don’t want to waste money on strong cleaning detergents, you could try these simple steps for easy and natural microwave cleaning.

        End of tenancy cleaning Wimbledon services suggest to try cleaning your microwave with lemon juice only. It works as a natural disinfectant and degreaser and unlike most of the commercial cleaning products is free from harsh chemicals
1. Grab a lemon and cut it in half. Squeeze as much lemon juice as you can in a bowl. Add a little bit of warm water.
2. Dip a soft cloth or sponge in the lemon juice. Squeeze it until it gets wet, not soaking.
3. Put the wet cloth in the microwave and turn it on just for half a minute. When the rag is warm, turn the microwave off and take it. Wimbledon cleaners advise to unplug the microwave too.
4. Use the warm rag to rub the inside of the microwave with it.
5. Take a clean damp cloth and rinse all lemon juice residues from the microwave. Then use paper towels to dry it.
6. Continue with cleaning the outside of the microwave. Use another clean rag, dip it in the lemon juice and squeeze well.
7. Rub the outside of the microwave and pay special attention to the glass on front.
8. Then rinse with warm water and dry with paper towels
9. Make sure the microwave is completely dry before you plug it in. You should allow a few hours for it to air dry completely
        As you see, you can get a sparkling clean microwave without buying expensive cleaning products or spending hours scrubbing. Another good thing is that while you are saving money you are helping save Nature too. The chemicals in commercial cleaning detergents are one of the main causes of environment pollution."


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