Meagen Mackenzie, Okotoks Real Estate, Okotoks REALTOR®, Okotoks Homes For Sale

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Well I don't know about you, but my house can get pretty messy over the holidays. Especially with the amount of cooking I did. 

 

A deep thorough clean is always in order after I take down the Christmas decorations. This set's the year off on the right foot - everything all clean, organized and fresh.

 

But regardless of whether you're doing a deep clean after the holidays or just doing a regular clean, your microwave is one of those areas that can often get forgotten about. It's so easy to just close the door on the mess.

 

Sure, we all try to keep the mess and splatter down by covering our plates whenever we nuke something. But sometimes a little splatter seems to get out from the papertowel.  And if not kept up, over time, those splatters turn into caked on food, getting cooked over and over and over and...well you get the idea.

 

Needless to say, they can get stuck on there pretty good. But you don't have to scrub those crusty's off. You can easily steam clean the inside of your microwave which makes cleaning it a breeze. And when I say a breeze, I mean a BREEZE. I couldn't believe how well this worked.

 

So, I did a video on it. Here's how you can easily clean the inside of your microwave to make it look sparkling clean again. Your microwave will literally look brand new afterwards. Happy cleaning!

 

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