Why use a Microwave Oven

Let’s Nuke it in the Microwaves. Zap it’s Nuked

Microwaves are great whether you love to cook, are always rushing to pull dinner together, or live on reheated coffee and frozen pizza, a microwave is a kitchen essential. Defrosting and reheating or Air Frying are common uses, but not every microwave does both well. That’s why it’s smart to do a little research before you buy yours.

Countertop microwaves, microwave combo air flyers, convection ovens, and toaster ovens are the most common type, but over-the-range models can round out your kitchen suite, especially if you prefer appliances that are all from one brand with matching handles and other details. No matter what type you choose, you’ll want a microwave that measures up in our microwave reliability survey.

Once you make the investment, use it with care so that they will last; you shouldn’t have to replace it more than once every 10 years, which is how long manufacturers say microwaves should last. Here are 8 simple things you can do to keep your microwave in tip-top shape.

A countertop microwave, microwave combo air flyers, convection ovens, and toaster ovens are key appliances for any starter kitchen, such as in a first home or an off-campus apartment. And you don’t have to spend a lot to get top performance, as evidenced by the following selections.

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