Dry egg cleaner

Carson213

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I am in the process of restoring a 1950’s dry egg cleaner. I am starting to think it might be better/easier/cheaper to just get a new one. I have looked at several on Ali Express, however, they’re all 220V. My buddy is an electrician and we can run 220 to the coop...but does anyone have a recommendation on a dry egg cleaner? I would want something powered and that could make cleaning around 200 eggs a week fairly easy and quick. In other words, I am not a chicken farmer and don’t need a $5000 machine that cleans a thousand eggs an hour. I also want a dry vs wet cleaning machine. Any suggestions would be appreciated! ;)
 

Carson213

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Ditto Dat.

I can't imagine 'dry' cleaning would be worth doing.
But am not familiar with these cleaners.
Post some pics?
This is a small one and a bigger one. However, I think you’re right. The first eggs are starting to get laid for the first time with roll outs instead of traditional nesting boxes and they’re essentially “spotless.” Since we already had a dry cleaner, I was just going to clean it up and use it...but that’s probably completely unnecessary. Thank you.
 

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This is a small one and a bigger one. However, I think you’re right. The first eggs are starting to get laid for the first time with roll outs instead of traditional nesting boxes and they’re essentially “spotless.” Since we already had a dry cleaner, I was just going to clean it up and use it...but that’s probably completely unnecessary. Thank you.
Thanks for the pictures
 

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