The silver egg stunt
This requires a dry white hen’s egg at room temperature. Hold an egg close to light fire to cover it with sediment. It should be totally secured. This is dubious, in such a case that the egg is a little bit moist, the sediment will effortlessly chip off on to your fingers as you turn the egg. Be mindful so as not to burn yourself!
When the egg has a decent dark covering, tenderly submerge it in a bowl of water. On the off chance that it is totally secured, the carbon in the sediment repulses the water and holds a fine film of air. This will give the egg a silvered mirror appearance.