Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Zep Microwave Miracle Foaming Cleanser Review

I tend to be skeptical of any product that uses the word miracle in its name or advertising. To me that is right up there with magical. But I hate cleaning my microwave, so when I was given the chance by Crowdtap to test out and review Zep Microwave Miracle Foaming Cleanser I decided to go for it.

The instructions for the use of Zep Microwave Cleaner is simple. Thoroughly coat the turntable or bottom of microwave, activate microwave for 1-2 minutes. Allow product to cool and wipe away the mess. Rinse any areas that come in contact with food. I must say that I freaked for a minute at the thought of spraying a cleaner on the turntable and just using the microwave with that in it. So I stood near the microwave in case it didn't go so well.  But luckily there was no nuclear meltdown or explosions. After it cooled (though it probably should have cooled down more than what I allowed), I wiped up the food residue. And I do mean wipe. I didn't have to scrub at all. It was great. I just used a paper towel and everything wiped right off. I did wash my turntable after wiping the food off because I have a tendency to just set a biscuit or roll directly on it to warm up. But that was it. 

Here is a before picture with the product applied. I'm not sure if I used too much, too little, or just enough but it worked. Also I swear I let my microwave get this dirty so I could test the product. 
And after...

I go into testing a cleaner with one thought in my mind. It will either work or it won't. For me there is no "well it kinda worked". Sorry but when it comes to cleaning, it is either clean or it isn't. No middle ground for me. So I would have to say that Zep Microwave Miracle Foaming Cleanser worked for me.

*I was given this product free from Crowdtap to use and review. All opinions in this blog are mine and mine alone*

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