Angry Potus
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Angry Potus

Angry Potus is a small microwave-cleaning tool that bears some resemblance to the president of the United States. With bright yellow hair, orange skin, a red tie and one finger raised in preparation to tell people something he thinks is important, he's a comical character that may also help you in the kitchen. Once you add water and vinegar to his body and heat him up for a while, he'll aim to soften all the dirt in your microwave so you can quickly wipe it out.

Total Cost Breakdown

The cost of Angry Potus is $19.99 and the shipping is FREE!

This price was obtained from the As Seen on TV commercial page which was taken offline due to Angry Potus being discontinued. Angry Potus may still be found for sale on Amazon or Ebay.

This price was obtained from the As Seen on TV commercial page which was taken offline due to Angry Potus being discontinued. Angry Potus may still be found for sale on Amazon or Ebay.

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How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Remove Hair and Head

    To get started with Angry Potus, twist off his hair and then pull off his head. Leave both pieces someplace nearby since you'll need to put them back on the body before you insert the cleaning tool in your microwave.

  2. Fill With Vinegar And Water

    Next, pour some white vinegar into your device's body up to the first fill line, and then pour in some water until you reach the second fill line. This is the mixture that will create the steam that's to be used for cleaning purposes.

  3. Insert In Microwave

    After your tool is filled up with liquid, reattach the head and hairpiece you took off the body, and place the entire thing in the microwave. Turn the microwave on and heat the little man on high for three minutes. As you do so, steam will come out of his head and soften any dirt on all sides of your microwave, including the bottom and the ceiling.

  4. Remove And Wipe Out Dirt

    Once your presidential figure has been in the microwave for three minutes, take him out by his hands (which always stay cooler than the rest of him) and store him someplace safe. If there's any softened dirt on the walls of your microwave—which there probably will be unless you already clean it almost every day—you can then wipe it off with a damp cloth. Due to the softening from your figure's steam, it'll slide off much more quickly than it otherwise would.


  • Compact Size

    Unlike the real president of the United States, this plastic figure is only about an inch wide and a couple of inches tall, so when you're not using him, he won't take up much space. You may even want to store him in your microwave in between uses and just take him out when you need to microwave a drink or dish. If you want to bring him to your workplace or somewhere else outside your home, he'll fit into virtually any bag or carrying case you choose to use.

  • Works In Any Microwave

    Although this figure is small, the steam that comes out of him is powerful enough to clean a microwave of any size. Since there's vinegar included in the steam, your presidential figure will also disinfect your microwave as it cleans it, which will help the microwave guard against future germs that may attempt to call it home.

  • Non-Toxic Emissions

    The steaming mixture of vinegar and water that comes out of each Angry Potus is completely non-toxic. This means if you accidentally inhale it (or someone else in your home or workplace does), you won't be harmed. Once you start using this tool, you'll no longer need to apply toxic chemicals to your microwave that could end up in your food, if that was something you did previously.

Positive Points

  • Provides Comic Relief

    If you're someone who doesn't like the American president, or you simply think that he has some quirky traits, this tool may give you a good laugh each time you go to use it. It may also inspire conversation if other people happen to spot it in your home or near your workstation (if you decide to use it at work).

  • Requires Little Human Effort

    Normally, to clean a microwave, you'll have to put at least one hand in there and scrub with a sponge or cloth, but using the Angry Potus will require little physical labor from you. All you'll need to do is fill him up and let him do his thing, and then give the dirt he targets with his steam a quick wipe afterward. As a result, cleaning your kitchen may not be as tiring as usual, and you may have more energy left over for other activities when you're done.

  • Cleans Stubborn Substances

    When washed with water or even soap, some stubborn substances such as grease, melted cheese, and thick sauces won't come off a microwave's walls. This sometimes causes people to resort to using toxic chemicals and putting themselves (and perhaps others) at risk, but you won't have to do that if you have an Angry Potus. It'll make virtually any substance stop clinging to the walls, floor or ceiling of your microwave so you'll be able to wipe it off with just water after all.

Negative Points

  • May Offend Some People

    While some or most of your friends, family members and acquaintances may think this tool is funny, others who support the president wholeheartedly may be offended by it. If your boss is one of those people, that might rule out the possibility of using the tool at work without an argument.

  • May Drain Vinegar Supply

    Each time you use your Angry Potus, you'll need to fill it with vinegar and water. Most people have access to water whenever they need it, so that might not be a problem, but using it will drain your vinegar supply bit by bit. After you start using the tool, you may find yourself going to the store to replace your vinegar more often, or discovering that you're out when you want to use it for something else. You could use this tool with just water, but then it would only help rinse your microwave without disinfecting it.

Critical Advice

You can let a child under your care use your Angry Potus, but be sure to supervise them as they pour vinegar into his body, to make sure they don't get any in their eyes. A child should also be supervised as they pull the device out of the microwave. That way, an adult can ensure that they pull it out by its hands, instead of running the risk of burning themselves by grabbing onto the figure's middle.


  • Don't Put Chemicals Inside

    This cleaning device is meant to hold vinegar and water only, and you should never put other cleaning solutions, such as chemicals or even soap, inside. Aside from possibly being toxic, other liquids might damage the materials used to construct the tool and cause it to malfunction. They also may not create an effective cloud of disinfecting steam like vinegar and water do, and may actually create a cloud that damages the inside of your microwave.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Angry Potus online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Angry Potus online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

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