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How to get the protective film off of a stainless microwave

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It just peels off. Since this presumably is a new oven, the film should be removable in large pieces

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What is the protective film in the microwave that must be remove before use.


The owner's manual sometimes doesn't address the protective films that must be removed.

There is a protective film on inner door screens which must not be removed.

Your best bet is to call the manufacturer's help line.

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Where can I purchase the protective film for a microwave door?


This is just a suggestion---Lots of sellers (including on EBAY) SELL a wrap material in various shades that you simply cut and press on the item---I would presume you would be looking for a lightly tinted or clear piece of this material.

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The blue film is supposed to be removed. It is used only to protect the appliance from scratches during shipping. Some consumers mistakenly leave this film on thinking it will make the appliance last longer. Eventually, over years of use, the film becomes difficult to remove and may remove the finish if you try to peel it off. It is not required for the safe use of the microwave oven.

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Blue film partly removed


The blue film is not required for the safe use of the microwave oven. It is supposed to be removed and is only used to protect the appliance from scratches during shipping. Some consumers mistakenly leave this film on thinking it will make the appliance last longer. Eventually, over years of use, the film becomes difficult to remove and may remove the finish if you try to peel it off. I hope this helps you.

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Can't locate the "protective film to prevent possible scratches during transport. This film must be removed before using the oven for the first time" We purchased the unit today.


The protective film is usually covering the glass door. If it's not there and the glass is still in good shape, no problem... just install the microwave and you're in action!!

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