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[Killietalk] Water incubation egg storage
I'm wondering about the different ways people store the eggs that are being
I had what I *thought* was a great idea. I bought one of those plastic
drawer organizers that is made to hold doo-dads such as screws and nails.
It's made by Stack-On and has 60 drawers in it. Well upon getting it home
and opening it, I found every drawer has a small pinhole in the bottom of it
(I assume for drainage). I love the thought of having the eggs all organized
and labelled in easy to change drawers in a very small amount of space. I
was thinking about plugging the holes with a tiny bit of safe epoxy but Im
not sure if that would make it too difficult to clean the drawers well.
Does anyone use these? Is there another brand that perhaps doesn't have the
holes in the drawers? I saw a few other brands online but I'm not
comfortable ordering them only to find they too have holes and then I have
no way of returning it without paying for shipping it back. I emailed some
customer service departments Monday but I haven't received a single answer
back from any of them yet.
I saw one person mention that they kept the eggs in the take-out sauce type
containers on a tray in a rack. Thats a great idea but I don't have enough
space or need at the moment for something quite that large as I have only 3
pairs of killies (for now!).
So, what do you do with yours?
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