I mean really smelly. I burned, incinerated actually, chocolate (I know, I was in a hurry) in it a few days ago. It even burned through the bottom of my favorite measuring cup. It's been warm enough that I've aired out the house enough that the dogs will come inside now. But the smell of the inside of the microwave and the smell when I use it is second only to burning tires. Does anyone have a good method of getting rid of bad smells in a microwave?
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