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Tips to thoroughly clean your microwave, air fryer and toaster



Kitchen appliances are usually the number one in your home that gets dirty quite easily and quickly as they are used multiple times on a daily basis.

Instagram’s Favorite Cleaning Hacks Mom, Carolina McCauleyhas taken to social media to share her super effective daily hacks on how she thoroughly cleans some of her kitchen appliances, namely her air fryer, microwave and toaster.

Microwave

In a microwave-safe bowl, add a cup or two of white vinegar, then a few pumps of dish soap.

Throw the bowl in the microwave and turn it on for 3 minutes, then leave it in the microwave for 5 minutes after the 3 minutes are up.

The steam from the vinegar and detergent solution loosens the grime in the microwave, making it easier to clean the microwave thoroughly.

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air fryer

Remove the baking pan from the air fryer and sprinkle some baking soda on the bottom of the basket before adding some dish soap.

Add boiling hot water to the two ingredients and let the solution sit for some time to remove the hard and old food stuck to the frying basket.

Once that is done, spray a 50/50 solution of water and vinegar on the surface of the air fryer and then wipe it off with a cloth.

Use a butter knife wrapped with a cloth to clean the hard-to-reach areas of your air fryer before disposing of any water left in the basket and scrubbing the basket with water and dish soap.

Toaster

Start cleaning your toaster by removing and then scrubbing the drawers on the bottom of the toaster that catch access crumbs from your toast.

Proceed by shaking the toaster upside down to make sure you remove any crumbs and debris that may be inside the toaster.

Once that’s done, use a damp toothbrush to scrub the insides of the toasters and remove any dirt or crumbs stuck to the sides of the toaster.

Finish the process by wiping the surface of the toaster with a damn cloth sprayed with some white vinegar for a glossy finish.

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