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Egg Wash Powder 16 LBS

EW16

Regular price $94.00

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Fred Penney
Better than bleach

I had previously tried a bleach water mixture the eggs then wiping them, but they cracked often, and left a strange bleachy smell. I only use your EW powder, and haven't tried anything else besides the bleach water.

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Our Family Farm LLC
Works well

We really like this. Works great!

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Gerber Collison
It works great

It works great, no dislikes, never tried another one.

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Email
Has worked well since day 1

I have not tried any other brands. I like the way this powder wash worked the first time I used it. This powder dissolves very well and it takes away the smell. I had heard from others that egg wash was sticky and left a residue. We have had no problem at all.

Egg Wash Powder 16 lbs.

General Information

  • This egg wash powder is THE BEST on the market! Use this detergent for soaking or mechanical washing of eggs. This incredible egg washing detergent will clean and de-stain egg shells like you wouldn't believe. And guess what else? It is 100% environmental and bird friendly AND Veterinarian and USDA Approved.
  • 1 Pound of Egg Wash Powder washes 100 dozen eggs

Product Properties

  • Alkaline egg washing detergent
  • Foam-controlled - limiting foam accumulation (aka clogging!!) in egg washing machines
  • Chlorine content in concentrated powder form - 16,800 ppm (parts per million)
  • When mixed at 1/2 oz. powder per gallon water - 197 ppm

Instructions:

  • Directions For Spray Application: Add to wash solutions at 1/10 to 1/2 oz. per gallon of water. Maintain solution strength and change solution/clean tank and screens at least every four hours.
  • For Soaking Application: use at 1/2 oz. per gallon of 90-degree F. water. Rinse all eggs thoroughly with clean 100 F. water after treatment.

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