Every once in a while, you get some poopy eggs, and you want to clean them off just prior to use so none of those germs get into your breakfast, right?
Believe it or not, specially-made egg cleansers like these work so much better than regular dish soap. The manufacturer says that the naturally-occurring enzymes attack organic stains and protein residue for
effective removal of contaminants, and our experience bears that out. (Don't ask us how it works... we're no chemists! We just know from experience that it works.)
This egg cleanser is all-natural, so you won't have to worry about chemicals getting on your eggs, and eggstremely effective. We love the feel and look of our formerly-poopy eggs after using this product.
This bottle comes with a spray nozzle for easy application.
Ingredients: Water, Yeast, Citric Acid, Potassium Sorbate
Directions for use: Mix 2 capfuls with one gallon of fresh, warm water.Allow eggs to sit in the solution for 10-15 minutes, then wash by using a clean, white cloth or brush. Rinse eggs thoroughly and refrigerate after washing.
For fertilized eggs intended for incubation: Allow eggs to sit in warm solution for only 3-5 minutes, then lightly scrub with a cloth or brush, rinse and place in incubator. Dispose of solution after use.
Pre-mixing for later use: Mix 8 capfuls of Egg Cleanser with one gallon of fresh water to make a stock solution. When ready to use, add one quart of the stock solution to 3 quarts of fresh, warm water to make Egg Cleanser solution.