Microwave Oven Tips: Maintenance Tips to Remember


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Microwave Oven Tips: Care for Your New Condura Microwave Oven

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Like any other appliance in your home, microwave ovens require proper care and maintenance for them to function well and efficiently. More importantly, ample maintenance can prevent interior damages, making your microwave oven last for years.

More importantly, keeping your microwave oven clean is very essential for food safety and sanitation. Condura’s latest line of microwave ovens offers consumers ease of maintenance with its easy-to-clean interior and of course, its practical functionality.

The Condura 20-liter Mechanical Microwave Oven features a mechanical control knob with 5 power levels, a 35-minute timer and a defrost function. If you prefer a product that is packed with even more features, the Condura 20-liter Digital Microwave Oven is perfect for you. Equipped with a digital touch panel, you can easily select the function you wish to use. It has 10 power levels that allow you to customize your cooking setting, 6 automatic menus for perfect cooking, a 99-minute timer and a defrost function. Plus, this unit has a child lock feature so you wouldn’t need to worry about kids playing around with the appliance.

Both units have that elegant mirror finish for that sleek design that will complement any kitchen style.

Microwave Oven Care Tips

In keeping your microwave oven in tiptop shape, here are a few tips you should take note of:

  • Don’t operate your microwave empty

Running your microwave on empty can damage your unit for there’s no food or liquid to absorb the microwave energy being emitted. The unit’s components are not designed to withstand such exposure and this could potentially damage your unit; leaving you great cost for repair or replacement.

  • Be mindful of your microwave oven’s placement

Microwave ovens are usually placed above countertops in kitchens and it’s important to make sure that it’s positioned to allow air to circulate freely around it. It’s not advisable to crowd your small kitchen appliances together. Carefully measure the space where your appliance will s