Egg Wash Machines & Detergents

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How to wash eggs

What's the best way to clean eggs?

Ideally you shouldn't wash eggs unless you really need to as when they are laid there is a natural coating on the egg to protect it. This keeps the porous shell sealed to bacteria. Once washed this coating is removed and the eggs will have a shorter shell life.
If you have a small back garden flock often the easiest way is to simply brush any dirty from the shell prior to use but if you'd prefer to wash them then use a bowl of luke warm water and some egg wash detergent.

If you have commercial quanitites to clean then an egg washer is the quickest way. We have these in both 100 and 200 egg capacities. We supply both liquid and powder egg wash detergents
Rotamaid 100 egg wash machine
Price: £279.92 Ex. VAT /£335.90 Incl. VAT
Rotamaid 200 egg wash machine
Price: £340.00 Ex. VAT /£408.00 Incl. VAT
10 kg Egg wash powder
Biolink Egg Wash Powder
Price: £25.32 Ex. VAT /£30.38 Incl. VAT
5 kg chicktec Egg Wash Powder
Price: £16.50 Ex. VAT /£19.80 Incl. VAT
1 kg chicktec Egg Wash Powder
Price: £4.50 Ex. VAT /£5.40 Incl. VAT
5 Litre Egg wash liquid
Biolink Egg wash Liquid
Price: £16.50 Ex. VAT /£19.80 Incl. VAT
1 Litre Egg wash liquid for egg washer machines
Biolink Egg wash Liquid
Price: £6.66 Ex. VAT /£7.99 Incl. VAT