Four ways to clean a microwave

There are four very effective ways to clean a microwave according to Cleaners Hammersmith, so having a dirty microwave is literally inexcusable.

Method 1: Using professional cleaning services

Microwave CleaningThis method is undoubtedly the most effective as a team of professional cleaners will take care of everything from A to Z. In fact most cleaning specialist advice that people should have their cooking appliances cleaned by professional cleaners at least once a year. So even if you have the habit of maintaining your microwave clean, hire cleaning technicians every now and then to clean it for you.

Method 2: The water and vinegar mixture

Get a bowl and fill it half way with water. Add a tablespoon of white vinegar into the water and pace the bowl into the microwave. Run the microwave for approximately five minutes. The steam from the vinegar and water mixture will loosen any dried stains and food particles. Once the microwave is off, allow it to cool before you remove the loosened particles with a clean rag or paper towel. If your microwave has a removable glass tray or turntable, always wash it before you call it a day.

Method 3: Using lemons

Take a lemon and slice it in half. Place both halves of the lemon cut-side down on the place and add a tablespoon of water into the plate. Just like with the method from above, place the plate into the microwave but this time run the microwave for no more than two minutes. Allow the microwave to cool down for no more than 30 seconds and then wipe clean the inside of the appliance. Wash the plate on which you had placed the lemons and use the lemon leftovers as a natural cleaner for your garbage disposal by cutting them into smaller pieces and running them through the disposal.

Method 4: Using dish soap

Fill a glass bowl with warm water and add dish-washing liquid into the bowl. Add as much dish-washing soap as you see fit. Allow the two ingredients to mix before you place the bowl into the microwave. Run the microwave for one minute and then turn it off. Next damp a sponge into a bowl of fresh water and start wiping the interior of microwave. Wipe the inside of the appliance until all spots and stains are gone. If necessary repeat the process.

As you see all four methods are simple, so make sure that you clean your microwave frequently.