Asked on Feb 3, 2018

How to clean convection microwave ceramic turntable?

Merilyn AndrewsMzs22248037Cha2050989
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Answered

"Burnt on" grease/grime.

7 answers
  • NCbulldoglover
    NCbulldoglover
    on Feb 3, 2018

    You can try putting a microwave safe bowl or cup of water in and let it boil so the steam gets all over the inside then wipe out. Might take more than once if it is really burned on. If you need scrubbing power try Barkeepers Friend powder with a Magic Eraser scrub pad.
    • Merilyn Andrews
      Merilyn Andrews
      on Feb 4, 2018

      Thank you for theinformation - haven't heard of Bar Keepers Friend but will give it a go. Searched online and found where to purchase it
  • Kelly
    Kelly
    on Feb 3, 2018

    The turntable should be able to be cleaned with oven cleaner.
    • Merilyn Andrews
      Merilyn Andrews
      on Feb 4, 2018

      Had tried this technique but still some stubborn marks.Thank you for your reply - much appreciated.
  • Janet Pizaro
    Janet Pizaro
    on Feb 3, 2018

    Is the plate removable?I would not use any cleaners except natural like baking soda and vinegar
  • Jewellmartin
    Jewellmartin
    on Feb 3, 2018

    Just pour some vinegar on the plate and leave it in the closed microwave for an hour. Then, rinse. Scrub the plate with baking soda and water (or another foodsafe kitchen cleaner), or with salt and a scrubbing sponge. Thoroughly rinse and dry with a cloth. If the burned food area covers the sides or bottom of the plate, you might prefer to soak the plate in warm water, vinegar, and baking soda in a sink or large pan, then scrub. Best wishes ☺️
    • Merilyn Andrews
      Merilyn Andrews
      on Feb 4, 2018

      Had tried this technique but still some stubborn marks.
      Thank you for your reply - much appreciated.
  • Cha2050989
    Cha2050989
    on Feb 3, 2018

    Soak it with dish soap and a dryer sheet
    • Merilyn Andrews
      Merilyn Andrews
      on Feb 4, 2018

      Had tried this technique but still some stubborn marks.Thank you for your reply - much appreciated.
  • Mzs22248037
    Mzs22248037
    on Feb 3, 2018

    Really, look up the maker of the oven, call them and they will tell you everything. Do it all the time.
  • Merilyn Andrews
    Merilyn Andrews
    on Feb 4, 2018

    Thank you everyone for you helpful suggestions. Very much appreciated
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