How To Clean Your Microwave With A Lemon


You need a cheap and easy way to clean your overused greasy microwave oven? Then the answer to all your prayers is in a simple lemon. The days of struggle with removing grease and splatter are coming to an end. Grab a lemon and you’ll solve this issue fast.
First, mix a half squeezed lemon juice with a dish of water, approximately 300ml. Mix it well.
Then, place the solution in the oven, and turn to the maximum setting and heat for 5-10 minutes. By doing so, the steam will melt some of the grease on the walls and roof of the microwave.
Finally, wipe the freshly lemon-scented oven with a soft dishcloth. Your job is done and your microwave is clean.


14 Responses to “How To Clean Your Microwave With A Lemon”

  1. Sminto Antony says:

    Old Microwave on the left and New on the right 🙁

  2. Kim-Freddy Thomesen says:

    yes, as far as I can see. it ain’t the same micro…

  3. Lucy says:

    Mira esto

  4. Lucy says:

    Mira esto, que tal esta idea….

  5. Delia says:

    But it works. Leaving a fresh clean lemon smell.

  6. Brenda says:

    You can see that they aren’t the same! The one on left has vent holes toward the back on wall. The one on right, doesn’t have any. Ha Ha, what a load.

  7. Janey says:

    it actually works though. I’ve been doing this since before the internet existed. I just throw half of a lemon in a big measuring cup of water and microwave for 10 minutes.
    It also works with plain water, though the lemon smells nicer. It’s just steam cleaning. duh.

  8. caro says:

    It s not the same

  9. Hlelo says:

    Vinegar also does the trick

  10. myan says:

    Can you do this to a convection oven?

  11. website says:

    What a fresh idea! I love green cleaning! I use mixture of vinegar and water to clean the windows and it works amazingly well! St Johns Wood Carpet Cleaners Ltd.

  12. stephanie says:

    Just tried this and I’m fairly certain it looks better than when I bought it.

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