i know the best way to clean an incubator is to wash it in a dilute clorox solution, then dry in the sun. Unfortunately, no sun today. i washed out our hova bator Genesis so i could move some turkey and duck eggs over today for the 3-day lockdown. The incubator is fired up and at temp and humidity, but is still retaining a bit of the clorox smell. Adding to the complication is that i seem to have one duck egg and one turkey egg pipping in the other incubator. i need to get those and the other scheduled eggs out of the egg turner and into the Genesis for hatching (i still have eggs in that first incubator that need to stay there - staggered hatch, such a bear). So now i'm a little confounded. Is it okay that there is still a bit of a clorox smell in the Genesis incubator? Will that harm the hatching chicks? And then, i'm a bit concerned about moving pipping eggs. i mean, i have to do it, as they can't hatch out in an egg turner, knocking over all the other eggs that still need another week. Arg! Why are they pipping now???? Any advice appreciated.