Microwaves faqs

Warm up a cup of water containing drops of lemon for about one minute and the odours are gone.

Microwave radiation is reflected by metal. If too much radiation is directed to one point this will result in sparks, and is likely to damage the microwave oven

For aluminum foil or metal, use only those approved by the manufacturer for use in microwave oven. For plastic wrap, bags, covers, dinnerware or containers, use only those approved by the manufacturer for use in microwave oven. For pottery and clay, follow manufacturer’s recommendations. Wax paper is acceptable for use in your microwave. Ceramic glass or glass is acceptable for use in your microwave. For china or earthenware, follow manufacturer’s recommendations. For melamine, follow manufacturer’s recommendations. Paper towels, paper dinnerware or napkins? Only use those approved by the manufacturer for microwave oven use.

The Crisp function uses three heat sources at the same time. This allows you to use the special crisp plate that maintains a temperature of 210 degrees C (the perfect temperature for crisping). The crisp plate enables you to brown sausages, crisp bacon, produce perfect pizzas and even fry eggs.

Some suggestions for cleaning and caring for stainless steel surfaces: -Use stainless steel cleaner and polish. Visit our accessory shop for WPro products -Use liquid detergent or all-purpose cleaner. Rinse with clean water and dry with soft, lint-free cloth. -Use vinegar for hard water spots Do not use soap-filled scouring pads, abrasive cleaners, induction cooktop Polishing Cream, steel-wool pads, gritty wash cloths or some paper towels. Damage can occur.