Cleaning a microwave is no small feat.
Most of the time, it involves wiping down the top and sides of the dish with a damp cloth or towel, and then wiping down both sides of your microwave.
This can take anywhere from 15 to 30 minutes depending on the size of the microwave and the microwave itself.
If you don’t have the patience to do all that, try it for a few minutes at a time.
But don’t try to do it all at once!
It’s important to be patient, and it takes time.
The first step is to wipe the surface of the top of the plastic part of the appliance, which is the part of it that is holding the lid on.
This is where you want to wipe.
And it’s important you do this with the back of the oven off, so you don.t disturb the oven itself.
Now, on to the cleaning part.
To start, remove the top cover of the food processor.
There should be no metal, plastic, or rubber parts in there.
You can use a toothpick to remove the bottom cover.
That is what will hold the lid of the container, but you want the back part of your appliance open to the sides.
Now pull the top piece out and hold it up against the back end of the pot.
Then flip it over and clean the inside of the bowl with a paper towel.
There will be some residue left over from this step.
This residue is what the next step is for.
Cleaning the underside of the bottom of the jar, which will be holding the pot, will be a little more difficult.
There’s a rubber cap on top of it, but it’s a little loose, so be careful not to disturb the cap while you’re cleaning.
Use a wet cloth to wipe off the residue, and wipe it off with a wet paper towel, too.
Now you need to clean the back and sides as well.
If your microwave isn’t equipped with a back-up power supply, this is the time to get it, so grab a paperclip and pull the power cord out.
You’ll notice that the cord is attached to a little spring-loaded handle that comes out of the back.
It will pull the cord toward the pot in front of you.
It’s attached to the top end of a little knob on the side of the cabinet, so push the knob to the side and hold the cord there with your thumb and forefinger.
This will pull on the top-right portion of the power plug, and you’ll be able to press it against the pot as you go.
You may need to push it against it to get the cord into the back side of your pot.
Push it against that, and the back will come loose.
The next step in this process is to clean up the back inside of your bowl.
Make sure to remove any dirt and grease, and also clean any spills.
Now we have to clean out the bowl, too, so that you can start the next phase of cleaning.
Make certain you have a clean, sanitized surface, but not too clean that it’s too sticky.
I’m not sure how much it takes to clean your bowl, but if you do a quick scrub with your fingers, it should take no more than 5 seconds.
The back of your jar should be clean.
The front of your plastic dish should be dry.
Now the next thing is to remove all of the air from the inside.
The bowl is a metal thing, so it’s easy to get into.
It can be removed by using a spoon or a potato masher, which uses air to pull the bowl out.
Then it’s up to you to gently lift it off the microwave.
It might be tempting to just lift it out of your mouth, but don’t do that.
Lift it by hand and try to pull it gently toward you.
You should be able, with the microwave still on, to gently push it away.
If it doesn’t, it’s time to clean it.
Use some water to scrub the bowl and the top with a rag dipped in dish soap.
If there are any bits of debris left on the bowl or the top, that’s ok too.
But it’s probably a good idea to let it sit in the dishwasher or a cool, dry place before you try to clean.
Clean the bowl after you’ve cleaned the top.
If the bowl doesn’t come off completely, the last thing you want is to have a mess in your bowl or in your microwave!
Cleaning it out takes about 10 to 15 minutes.
Now that you’ve finished the washing, it is time to rinse the food.
To rinse, use a paper-towel or cotton swab to wipe your hands on the underside and back of each spoon.
If they’re still wet, you’ll want to rinse them with water.
Then use a cloth towel or paper towel to wipe them again with a cotton swabs.
You will need to scrub your hands