Question about Microwave Ovens
It depends on what material the kettle is made of. If it is aluminium you can only really scour it with steel wool and abrasives. It it is stainless steel, there are chemical cleaners that are available. These are acid based and the kettle can be left with the cleaner in it - follow the instructions on the container. The aluminium instructions will also work, but the chemical is less work although a bit of follow-up hand cleaning may be necessary.
Posted on Mar 19, 2011
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