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Pesach - Kashering

Induction Cooktop
Q. How can I kasher my induction cooktop for Pesach? A. Induction cooktops do not have a heating…
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Convection Oven
Q. How should I kasher my convection oven for Pesach? A. A convection oven (or a convection…
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Braces
Q. How should I clean out my braces after eating chametz for the last time before Pesach? A.…
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Barbeque Grill
Q. We want to barbecue on Chol HaMoed.  What do we need to do in order to kasher our grill? A. The…
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Baby Bottles
Q. Can we use the same baby bottle for Pesach that we have been using beforehand? A. One should…
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Countertops – Kashering
Q. I noticed in your Pesach Guide that you permit kashering countertops using irui, unlike…
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Ove Gloves
Q. During the year, I use “Ove Gloves” to protect my hands from hot pots and pans.  Are they like…
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Water Dispenser
Q. Can we use our water-cooler for Pesach? A. If a water cooler only dispenses cold water, it…
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Mouth Guard
Q. I wear a mouth guard (e.g., nocturnal bite plate) at night to keep me from grinding my teeth,…
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Warming Drawer
Q. My wife uses a warming drawer every night to keep the food warm until I come home from the office,…
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Kedairah Blech
Q. Is it possible to kasher a kedairah blech for Pesach? A. Yes, it can be kashered with hag’alah.…
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Hag’alah – Time
Q. How long does the silverware have to stay in the boiling water of hag’alah?  How about if…
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Iron for Kashering
Q. My son suggested we kasher our countertops by running a hot iron over them.  Would this work?…
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Urn – Kashering
Q. I have an electric urn which I use all year for heating hot water.  Do I have to kasher it before…
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Hand Towels and Oven Mitts
Q. Do I need separate hand towels and oven mitts for Pesach? A. Hand towels do not have to be replaced…
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Steamers
Q. Can I kasher my countertops with a steamer? A. The general rule (as per Iggeros Moshe YD 1:60)…
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Granite
Q. Why is there a difference of halachic opinion whether granite tabletops and countertops…
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Sink Insert
Q. My sink is porcelain, so it cannot be kashered, and, therefore, for Pesach I will wash my…
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Glass Stovetop
Q. I love my glass stovetop and want to know how to kasher it for Pesach. A. It has been suggested…
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Rotisserie
Q. I have been told that the spits, poles, and skewers in a rotisserie oven can be kashered with…
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Faucet With Spray Hose
Q. The faucet in my new kitchen has a spray hose.  Is the kashering of that faucet any different…
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Quartz
Q. You say that quartz countertops can be kashered with irui kli rishon (pouring boiling water…
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Dishwasher
Q. Can I kasher my dishwasher for Pesach? A. The first step in kashering any item is to remove…
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Pot Used for Kashering
Q. Is it necessary to kasher meat utensils in a meat pot, or dairy utensils in a dairy pot? A.…
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Counter Covers
Q. Do you have any recommendations for covering non-granite or stainless-steel countertops…
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Paper Towel Dispenser
Q. I have a free-standing paper towel dispenser which is on the kitchen counter all year long. …
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Water Filter
Q. Do we need a separate Brita water filter for Pesach, or can we just clean the picture and put…
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