I'm not sure if this question belongs here, but it was the closest I could find. So I heard about rubbing clean fresh eggs with olive oil to preserve the eggs longer. I don't always get to them quickly so I wanted to make them last longer without waste. I have heard about the other technique that needs unwashed eggs, but my girls poo on their eggs too much to do that, so I clean them. Anywho, I took a whole bunch of eggs that I had washed previously that were in the fridge and some that I had freshly cleaned, and put a light covering of room temperature olive oil all over each egg. I then put them all (back) into the refrigerator. After the fact, I learned the oil needed to be hot and the eggs a certain temp too or else bacteria can get in. Did I ruin the eggs? How can I tell if I did? Will the water test work to know? Thank you for any advice!