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I agree with the info above but in reference to your question; the water should be not more than 20* cooler than the inside temp of your egg. If it is too cool, it will cause any bacteria on the outside of the egg to be drawn into the egg itself (through the porous eggshell)So just water is OK? I thought I heard something about the temperature, is it supposed to be hot, cold or warm? I bought some of the egg wipes the other day but I haven't tried them yet.
thats the bloom "the eggs own natural bacteria inhibitor" sometimes when I collect my eggs some will still be wet with the bloom and it is sticky.Thanks everyone. Here's another one. I did rinse an egg and it then felt a bit sticky. Is that normal?
I agree, especially when you just get 2 eggs a day. Was a waste of money. I may save them for when everyone starts to lay. Or if one is really dirty but so far they are pretty & cleandbbd1 said:P.S. I think the wipes are at best a convenience and worst a gimmick