Precautions while using Microwaves
Ovens used for food preparation must be cleaned
Ovens used for food preparation must be cleaned on a regular basis to prevent biological contamination, fire potential, and door seal damage. Keep your microwave oven clean, since any drip accumulation may affect the efficient operation of microwave energy. A messy oven will cook more slowly and unevenly. Clean the oven cavity, the outer edge of the cavity, and the door with water and a mild detergent. A special microwave oven cleaner is not necessary. Do not use scouring pads, steel wool, or other abrasives. Always unplug the oven while cleaning.