What I DidI followed the usual steps, putting the eggs into the pot, add cold water to cover the eggs, and then added a teaspoon of baking soda. I only swished the water around to try to dissolve the baking soda since you can't really stir the eggs too vigorously, but maybe I should have left the eggs out to ensure the baking soda was really dissolved. I don't know if it really worked well since the eggs seemed only moderately better to peel, but I will try it again since we make hard-boiled eggs fairly often in our house. Plus the description says that the eggs need time to transfer the higher acidity level to the whites of the egg, so maybe they need another day or two of sitting around?
So the next time you're going to make hard-boiled eggs, give it a shot to add some baking soda to the water. It can't hurt and if it makes the eggs easier to peel, all the better.