I am really really new to the whole incubation process! I have been thinking very hard about what I could put my eggs in so that it won't be such a mess after the hatch. I've been reading on the internet that it can be really messy and I am sort of a perfectionist with my stuff. I like to keep my stuff in really good condition. I've also read that scrubbing the incubator can eventually wear on it so I want to try not to have to clean it that way. I have a Little Giant still air incubator with an egg turner. The eggs are due on Tuesday. I only have three eggs, 2 silkies and an easter egger. All seem to still be alive. I have a hygrometer and thermometer inside. I've been keeping the temperature around 99 to 100 and the humidity around 45% to 55%. This is my very first time incubating eggs so I hope it goes really well. Let me know if anyone has any ideas on what to do for an easy clean up. I know you can by liners for incubators but I don't have time or want to spend money to order one.