Rust can appear after a few years inside a microwave, particularly to the area the tray rollers run over. This guide covers cleaning and applying touch up paint to the affected areas.

Image 1/1: unplug the microwave!
  • an enamel paint is required but it is not special for microwaves, e.g. the small tins used for modeling will do

  • unplug the microwave!

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Image 1/1: rub the affected area with wirewool
  • remove the glass tray and roller ring

  • rub the affected area with wirewool

  • wipe away any debris with a dry cloth

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Image 1/1: apply a thin coat with the brush
  • shake the tin

  • apply a thin coat with the brush

  • give the paint at least 6 hours to dry

  • apply 1 or 2 more coats as appriopriate

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  • make sure paint is fully dry and interior is aired

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