You’ve probably had that experience at some point, and it can quickly make your leftovers go from yum to yuck. If you open your microwave door and smell pork roast from two days ago, it’s time to give that appliance a nice and thorough cleaning. A paper towel with warm water isn’t going to cut it this time
Leftovers, baby food, porridge… no matter what you’re heating up in the microwave, it always seems prone to that inevitable spillage. Luckily, with the right microwave cleaning trick or two, you can avoid that crusty mess (and the elbow grease that comes with it). If you’re wondering how to clean microwave spills and stains, try this very simple and effective method.
All you need is an ordinary product from every kitchen and boiling water!
To get started, we first need hot water (boiling water).
Pour a glass of hot water into the bowl and add a tablespoon of citric acid.
Gently stir and place the bowl in the microwave (must be of suitable material).
Turn on the microwave for 2-3 minutes at full power – our task is to get the water to boil.
After 3 minutes, note that there are no deposits on the walls.
Now take a dry cloth.
Wipe off condensed water with all the grease and dirt.
And we get the result in just 3 minutes!