Place It Rightly
Get a cabinet made for the microwave or you could buy a ready microwave stand. Ensure that you leave a good 3 inches from the wall and on the sides for microwave curing oven, as the body of the microwave heats up when it is in use.
The vents from the side release heat, so accordingly leave ample space around the microwave to avoid any heat damage to the appliance. Make sure the microwave has a wire that is within the reach of the electrical socket, so that the wire is not pulled.
Also, the wire should not hang too close to the microwave sides when in use, as the vents release heat.
Lastly, ensure that the microwave is kept away from the gas oven / kitchen sink or it can overheat and there can be water splashes, which will leave your microwave damaged.
Never Put These In The Microwave
Knowing what food shouldn’t be going into the microwave can really prevent disasters in the kitchen.
If you want to keep your microwave safe, avoid heating food with paper bags, as they can release toxins that could potentially catch fire. Also avoid putting any metal bowls, silver foils, plastic containers in the microwave oven, as they can cause serious danger to the appliance. They are not meant for microwaves.
We only recommend using glass, ceramic and plastic containers labelled for microwave oven use.
If the container is microwave safe, it will come with a label on it. In fact, some experts recommend never to use a microwave for heating water.
Extremely high temperatures in the microwave can super heat the water and either lead to an explosion or leave the microwave damaged. Super-heated water is when the water is heated beyond its boiling temperature, without signs of boiling. So, we’d recommend using the microwave only for some warm water and a kettle for boiling hot water.
Lastly, if you want hard boiled eggs, boil them on the stove and not in the microwave or it can be a complete mess. The high temperature can cause the eggs to explode.
Prevent Door Damage
Most of us end up slamming the microwave door instead of pushing them gently. We may not realize it but slamming the door can cause damage to the microwave latch in the long run.
Most microwave oven door latch mechanisms have three switches that need to be closed in a certain manner. Closing the door roughly can destroy these switches. Also remember that once closed, the microwave door should be completely sealed.
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