When I transferred my chicks from the incubator to the brooder this morning, I didn't notice until almost too late that one chick still hadn't finished hatching. It had finished zipping when I rudely interrupted to move its compadres to the brooder. I immediately plugged the bator back in and closed the top but the damage had been done and this poor chick was stuck and couldn't get out of its shell. My husband and I used tweezers, a syringe and a warm washcloth to moisten the membrane and peel enough shell off to enable the chick to break free and we succeeded. It's been some time now and the chick is dry, however, the gunk left over from his traumatic hatch is still all over him and his down is all matted. Also it looks like he may have a small wound. I have him in the brooder with the other chicks and for now, they're not bothering him. Can someone advise me on how to get him cleaned up without further harming him?