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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by IggiMom, May 11, 2009.
What is the best way to do this?
One time, I took mine completely apart and ran it through the dishwasher with a bit of bleach.
Thanks for the reminder, I usually just remove the turner and then forget about it. I sterilize the rest of the incubator between hatches but the turner is a forgotten item.
I WOULD NOT PUT AN EGG TURNER IN THHE DISH WASHER, HUMAN THINGS SHOULD BE KEPT SEPARATE FROM ANIMAL EQUIP FOR INFECTION CONTROL REASONS.
Shoot, I wash my dog bowls in the dishwasher with our dishes all the time.
Since the dishwasher gets everything basically sterile, why couldn't you put a turner in there?
I am not sure how I see to get the little motor off, though, can't put it in there!
Quote:As long as you are using hot water & your dishwasher works correctly - shouldn't be a problem.
Not that I would put my dishes in with the turner... I'd run it through a cycle alone.
I use Clorox Bleach wipes and then a wet washcloth and dry it off.