Egg Cleaning Kit
- Chemicals: Alkalinend Chlorine
- USDA approved
- Alkaline, chlorinated foam-controlled powder cleans and de-stains egg shells, limits foam accumulation in egg washing machines
How to Use
Soak applicaton: Use at 1/2 oz per gallon of 90˚F water. Rinse all eggs throughly with clean 100˚F water after treatment.
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Paul M from New York
Awesome way to clean your eggs. priced accordingly. Perfect for the backyard chicken farm. I recommend this product to anyone.
Gregory D from Kansas
I have just a few eggs/day and don't use the entire system. The powder is great!
ROBBERT W from Washington
I love my egg clean er
valery r from canada
Very efficient and does what it says.
EXTREMELY overpriced for what it is. Get a clean bucket from a hardware store, drill a hole in it thread a metal or plastic pierced tube and add a connector for a bicycle tire inflator on the outside an voila! you have this apparatus. It comes with the high priced basket that you can purchase seperately and a plastic coated wire stand (spacer, available 8.95$) on which you deposit the basket of eggs as well as plastic coated wire ''weights'' to hold your eggs in their position so that movement is minimal and eggs don't bounce around. Included is some ill-identified powder which is in fact pool chlorine powder (you could add a drop of Javel in the washing water and it would do the same) and a ''egg'' scrubbing brush (which is identified to clean dishes) that was obviously purchased at a dollar shop.
I knew I should have made the whole thing myself , but could not be bothered. This whole set-up would cost well below 10$ to build at home and the quality would be no less than what I bought for 114$!!!
This is a racket for sure.Also, the compressor goes for 159.95$ you can find much cheaper suitable machines at your local hardware shop .
HOWEVER if you are going to buy this set-up you are better off buying it from Premier as they sell it for less than the actual companies website. It seems to do the job well BUT I find the eggs get those dark spots from soaking that they sometimes get if they are in water for too long. Also note that it is a very LOUD operation, it takes 15 minutes and the bucket Is large (wouldn't fit in most kitchen sinks)and requires a good amount of water (especially if you do a rinse cycle in the bucket, which I don't I just spray the eggs to rinse them off)