On a small farm in Dayton, Virginia, the story of the Power Scrub Egg Washer began. The founder of this egg-scrubbing machine was a dairy farmer and pastured-poultry egg producer, who was also busy raising a family of small children. As chores began to stack up, the small family found themselves looking for an egg-washer. They wanted a machine that was affordable, built to last, and cleaned eggs well. Unfortunately, they soon realized that what they were looking for simply did not exist — at least not within their price range — so Mr. Farmer sat down at the kitchen table and began to draw. As he brainstormed, he talked with other egg producers and asked what options and functionality they would like to see. Then he incorporated some of these ideas into his plans.

By the end of the winter, an egg-washer sat in the dairy. While it may have looked farmer-made, it washed eggs, and it washed them well. It wasn’t long before requests to build these egg-washing machines started trickling in from other egg producers. We spent the next 1½ years working on CAD drawings for a more professional machine. The first Power Scrub was sold in January of 2017. As a farmer-turned-manufacturer, our commitment is to build these washers with the quality and dependability the ag world demands. Our manufacturing motto is “Better to over-engineer than to under-engineer.” Therefore, the Power Scrub is built with materials that will not rust or corrode, resulting in a machine that will perform as well as you expect for years to come.

If you choose to purchase an egg cleaner from us, we hope your experience will be warm and rewarding; the beginning of a long-standing relationship.

-The Power Scrub Team

“The egg washer is one of the best time-saving machines we have bought. I was hoping to save labor with it but was skeptical about it until I used it the first time. It is amazing the amount of eggs you can run through it in a very short period of time.”
Luke Yoder
Shady Lane Family Farm

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