This is an excert from 'Orchids from seed for pennies in the Kitchen'
"Take a small vial and fill it 1/6 with 30% Clorox solution and drop in the seed you intend to sow, then shake it to mix thoroughly. Shake it twice more over a period of three minutes, then fill the vial with boiled (NOT still hot!) rain or RO water. Dip the coffee filter in Clorox solution or spray it thoroughly with the 50% Clorox solution, place it over the small jar and depress the center, then pour the seeds into it slowly, so it doesn't run over and lose the seeds."
I didn't plan on doing it this way, but the solutions were going to be the same. I had planned to sterilize the seeds using the solutions then when the magority of the seed sunk to the bottom then I was going to use a syringe and pull off most of the clorox solution. Then I was going to add sterile water to the solution and agitate again for about 2 min then suction off the water again. Then rinse again then finaly suction down anf fill with 10 cc of water this final 10 cc of water is going to ride with the seeds into the flasks. Once the final 10 cc of water is added then I was going to suction up all the seeds and the water into a 12 cc syringe. Shake the syringe up to dispurse the seeds in the water and inject 1 cc into each flask. This is not a definate count, but I figured it would thin the seeds out to not warent a reflask, and also the water would aid to dispurse the seeds on to of the ager mix. This method is similar to making mushroom flasks, and I figured it would work with orchids as well. Just would possibly need a 16 to 14 gauge needle possibly bigger to accomplish.
Now I'm game for not using that high of a solution, but if it doesn't hurt the seeds then why mess with it? Isn't it better to be safe than sorry? But I am no means an expert, and value the totelage of others who have more experiance. Thanks everyone.