31586Re: plastic coating
- Oct 2, 2003--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Mi'ki <mike78612003@y...> wrote:
> just located a possible proofing product, it is used to make eggssafe for long storage with out the use of refrigeration , you clean
the fresh eggs and then coat with something called, water glass.
and it is very cheap, it is supposed to penatrade the surface and
permanently seal and its water proof, says it can go on any porus
surface., has any one tried it, The label says it can keep cleaned
eggs at room temperature for six months.
1. a gelatine from the swim bladder of sturgeon.
2. thin mica, used for windows as for a "Surrey with a fringe on the
top that you can roll right down in case there is a change in the
weather" and as for old kerosene heating stoves).
3. Any of various water-soluble silicate glass compounds used as a
preservative for eggs, in plaster and cement, and in various
purification and refining processes. Also called soluble glass, water
glass. (The 'glue' in corrugated paper boxes.)
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