How to Clean Your Microwave with a Lemon in Less than 10 Minutes
This "Microwave Cleaning Made Easy" will have your dirty microwave clean in no time, in this simple kitchen cleaning idea. It doesn't take long for the microwave to get dirty if you're using it all the time. Most people dread all the scrubbing necessary to get all that stuck on food off.
Cleaning the microwave is one of those dirty jobs that has to be done on a regular basis. To start fill a microwave-safe bowl 1/2 full of water. Then squeeze a whole lemon into the water. Then microwave for five minutes and let sit for one to two minutes with the microwave door closed so the steam can work its magic. Then carefully remove the bowl and the glass turn tray. Now you can wipe your microwave clean, with all the dirt and grime lifting off easily. You can wash the turn tray in warm soapy water and return it to the microwave. This quick and easy microwave cleaning is something you can do on a regular basis.
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Lemon is a great ingredient that you can use for plenty of other cleaning projects in your house, and its probably something you already have on your kitchen counter or fridge. It can save you money in the long run, and its natural and safe to use, better than using toxic home cleaners, and your house will smell nice and fresh too. A halved lemon dipped in salt or baking powder is used to brighten copper cookware, the acid dissolves the tarnish and the abrasives assist the cleaning.
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