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Re: Fungus on eggs
At 08:53 AM 7/23/2002 -0700, you wrote:
>Chris Browning wrote:
>>The package says ACTIVE INGREDIENTS: nitrofurazone, furazolidone,
>>potassium dichromate. None of which I know what they are. I just took
>>the eggs out of their little place, poured as much of the water out as i
>>could without pouring eggs out, and made a very dilluted solution, just
>>barely had a green tint. When I poured out the water though, I noticed
>>that some of the eggs were dyed blue, very blue. Will this hurt them any?
>>What should I do now?
>That is *not* the same as the Fungus Guard I have used in the past. It
>contains two strong antibiotics and a tanning agent. The color probably
>comes from the latter, potassium dichromate.
Potassium dichromate is orange and would not turn the eggs blue. There must
also be a blue dye in that preparation. What color is the solution (that
is, the preparation)?
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