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  • Tidy Thyme Tips: Cleaning your Microwave

    Ah, the microwave. The champion of reheating leftovers. These convenient appliances can be a great help in eating healthily on a tight schedule. But they can also be the site of some spectacular explosions of marinara sauce. So let's look at a really easy way to get your microwave clean and shiny like new!

    You'll need:
    a microwaveable bowl. water. Tidy Thyme Glass & Stainless Steel Cleaner. a clean microfiber cloth or two.
    (optional: sponge. Tidy Thyme Multipurpose Cleaner.)

    Tidy Thyme Plant Based Natural Home and Cleaning using our Multipurpose Cleaner inside a greasy microwave

    Step one: Spray Tidy Thyme Glass & Stainless Steel Cleaner inside the microwave. If your microwave is very greasy, use Tidy Thyme Multipurpose Cleaner.

    Tidy Thyme Plant Based Natural Home and Cleaning then recommends microwaving a bowl of water to steam off any gunk

    Step two: Fill the bowl partway with water and microwave for 6-8 minutes, enough for the water to steam the inside of the appliance. Carefully remove the bowl when done.

    Step three: Remove the glass plate and wipe clean. Then wipe out the inside of the oven, making sure to get the inside of the door. A sponge may be used before the microfiber cloth if the oven was greasy.

    Tidy Thyme Plant Based Natural Home and Cleaning uses our Glass and Stainless Steel Cleaner to wipe up fingerprints and shine up the outside of the microwave!

    Step four: Replace the glass plate and close the door. Spray a bit of Tidy Thyme Glass & Stainless Steel Cleaner on a microfiber and wipe down the outside of the appliance. Be sure to focus on the touchpad and handle to get all the fingerprints. If your microwave has a stainless steel exterior, go with the grain for a smudge-free finish.

    Tidy Thyme Plant Based Natural Home and Cleaning presents a naturally clean microwave, thanks to our Glass & Stainless Steel Cleaner

    That's it! A simple, healthy way to keep your microwave clean, fresh, and shiny!

    Thanks for reading! Check back again for more Tidy Thyme tips, we generally post them every Tuesday.

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