replying to icansaveyourtime, just try it wrote:
If I had to wet clean and then dry the microwave every time I used it, that
would rather defeat the purpose of a quick 3-5 minute frozen meal which is
covered by film. If I cook something longer, the food is always covered and
there are no spatters or residue. I wipe out the microwave, including removing
the tray and ring, once a week with a vinegar solution, then a plain water
solution, then dry it. We have never had a problem paint erosion caused by the
Don't use any metal rings anywhere inside the Uwave. Even on the floor of
the oven, if it is not in complete bare metal to bare metal contact with th
e bare metal floor,there will be circulating currents in the metal ring tha
t will make it get hot, and you might get arcing/sparking also. A ring ma
de of non-metal material should be ok as long as it remains electrically no
n-conducting. That means no spills, etc., which are hard to completely eli
minate in a real-life kitchen.
Tony Hwang wrote:
Well, most oven has removable rotating table. If something spills while
cooking, remove table and wash it clean. But if any of the spill gets onto
the new "ring" the turntable wheels ride on, if it sinks into the "ring" t
hen the ring will start to become conductive and the uwaves will start to h
eat it up and the results are impossible to predict.
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