Has your microwave (among other things) seen a few too many explosions during the holiday season? It seems to be one of those things that you will get to next time you use it, and never seem to have the time.
Here is a quick and easy way to remove the built up spaghetti sauce or the bean burrito that made a mess.
I use my kitchen sponge and wet it a little bit so it's not to drippy. If it's a simple mess I microwave the sponge for about 30 seconds and leave it to sit for a few minutes. The steam from it will loosen up the dried on stuff and should wipe right off. I take out the revolving platter and wash it in the sink and leave it to dry for a bit. Watch out because the sponge will be hot to touch. Grab a few paper towels to grab the sponge with and wipe down all sides, door and the top. Then use the paper towels to wipe off any debris that remains. This method should leave your microwave looking shiny and bright. (This also sanitizes your kitchen sponge!)
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