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- Makes blowing eggs easy, fast, and clean
- Includes hole drill, pump, and instructions
- For Ages 5 and Up
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Blow–Fix is a quick and hygienic alternative to the blowing out for eggs. It is simply a hole drilled in the egg and then the protein and yolk are pumped out.Included In The Drill, the pump, 1 x Instructions (cannot guarantee instructions are in English).
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When I opened the package, I was a little dismayed - it seemed a little "dinky". However, it does what it's supposed to, without any problems. The little "drill" is easy to use and makes a delightfully small and neat hole, which will be easy to disguise within the design. Totally satisfied with my purchase.
The drill is effective, and requires only light pressure and a twisting motion to pierce the shell. My favorite piece.
The pump does require you to cover the hole (at the top of the pump as shown in the picture on the box) as you press down and I strongly advise that you uncover the hole as you release so that egg will not be drawn up into the pump. Some egg started to creep into the needle after many eggs, but I'm not sure if my technique was getting sloppy or it resulted from the needle no longer sitting quite as firmly from repeated removals for washing. In any case, between the rinse step for the shell (fill the pump with warm water and inject it into the egg) and running water through the needle directly I was not concerned about food contamination.
I let the washed apparatus dry completely between uses, though I would caution anyone who has never tried to clean up dried egg that allowing a pump to dry with egg (especially whites) in it will render the machine unusable.
I should also caution that this is normal-grade plastic and not designed for high-heat washing. The hottest water from my tap (hotter than is comfortable for hands) noticeably weakened the pump though it still operates well.
Finally, be careful about putting too much pressure behind the egg contents that are trying to crowd out of the hole. If you exceed the maximum tolerance of the shell it will crack with a "pop" not unlike a loud balloon (I was lucky to only have shells break into two uneven pieces). I suggest wiggling the needle or pulling it out and stabbing it back in to break up clogs instead. Sometimes just removing the needle and waiting a second or two is enough.
It's all in the technique. The drill must be perfectly straight, and pushed into the egg shell as you twist. It takes a bit of practice, but once you get the hang of it, perfect tiny drill hole.
To blow the egg, you must fill the egg with air pressure, which is what pushes out the yolk and white, you're not sucking out the contents.
Yes, due to this pressure, you will crack eggs if they had a weak spot.
After blowing out the contents, you must fill the blower with hot water and flush the egg, and drain. It takes a few days to drain the egg, they like to retain water. I'm wondering if drying the blown eggs on low in the oven, but I have not tried this yet.
The little drill tip makes a nice clean hole and then the tip blows air in which forces the egg out. It's so easy a child could do it. Perfect if you are making ornaments out of eggs. I can't recommend this enough. I'm so glad I found it.
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Just be warned if you pump too much air in and see no egg come out that sucker will explode, aside from heart palpitations from the fright you get covered in egg, it's not nice 😂