Microwaves

MicrowavesUnderstanding how microwave ovens work can help clarify the answer to these common questions. Microwave ovens cook food using waves of energy that are similar to radio waves but shorter. These waves are remarkably selective, primarily affecting water and other molecules that are electrically asymmetrical — one end positively charged and the other negatively charged. Microwaves cause these molecules to vibrate and quickly build up thermal (heat) energy.


How to Clean the Microwave

Posted On: September 13, 2020
It doesn’t take much to turn a sparkling clean microwave into a disgusting, smelly mess. It could be from a round of leftovers or a burnt bag of popcorn. The secret to keeping your microwave cle...[More]


What not to put in your microwave

Posted On: August 2, 2020
Microwaves are pretty useful appliances. Between nuking pizzas and heating mugs of coffee, you use these appliances way more often than you think. However, there are some foods you should never, under...[More]


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