studio chick needs an avy!!!
I've heard that you can clean eggs with oxine diluted with water and its supposed to kill more germs and pathogens than bleach can.
I've also heard of a tylan bath for eggs though that one was supposed to prevent the spread of MG and required heating the eggs for like 12 hours to a high temp (I think like 110? But don't quote me) then plunging them into in ice bath of tylan solution for 5 minutes. I tried it once after an MG scare in my flock. I didn't heat the eggs that high for that long. I think I did 108 for 6 hours and then soaked them. Most of the eggs did hatch. I'll have to look and see if I can find the page that had this info on it. I know it's not what you were looking for but you just reminded me of it.
I have as well, but I cant find where I read it danggggg
oh well I am bleaching them now