Clean This Today: The Microwave
Good morning, rulers of the roost! Today’s cleaning chore is to clean your microwave. I know it probably looks pretty scary in there, and yes, there are probably splatters of pasta sauce and butter on the microwave ceiling.
I’ve always wondered- do most of us really cook that much pasta and buttery food in the microwave? How does that stuff always end up on the microwave walls and ceiling?
Clean your microwave once a month if you dread it or once a week if you’re ambitious. The once per week microwave cleaning schedule ensures that you’ll never have too daunting of a cleaning task before you. Don’t put off cleaning your microwave anymore.
It’s easy to clean a microwave when you know the simple steps to follow. Do it today; you’ll be so glad you did!
How to Clean a Microwave: Complete Directions
We’ve created the perfect easy-to-follow step by step instructions for how to clean a microwave. For you green cleaners, we’ve got plenty of non-chemical cleaning alternatives for you. These include how to clean a microwave with baking soda, vinegar, lemon, and lemon juice.
Click now to read the directions for:
- How to Clean a Microwave
- How to Clean a Microwave with Baking Soda
- How to Clean a Microwave with Vinegar
- How to Clean a Microwave with a Lemon
- How to Clean a Microwave with Lemon Juice
Cleaning your microwave with safe, non-chemical cleaners is really the best, since you can’t submerge any of the microwave’s surfaces in water to get a thorough rinse. Remember to print out the directions from each article and put them in the cleaning section of your household management binder for the next microwave cleaning day.
Now you’ve got your cleaning instruction for the day. Remember to come back next Tuesday for Clean This Today to transform your house into your Home Ever After! If you have more energy and want to try more extra cleaning projects today, then go back to our Clean This Today list.