Some electronic kitchen and food preparation devices require immersion. Some don’t. Learn more.
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The Pico-Robertson Keylim Mikvah at Anshe Emes is open!
If the gate is closed, please do not bring utensils through the shul.
DO NOT EVEN THINK OF LEAVING SHAIMOS / GENIZA!
We are happy to inform the Kehilla that the Anshe Emes Keylim Mikvah has reopened. There are strict guidelines that MUST be adhered to:
- If you suspect that you are not feeling well, please do not use the Mikvah!
- Debris: Do not leave boxes, plastic wrappers, bags, etc..Put adhesive stickers on the boxes and bags you brought with you to take them home, not onto the Mikvah.
Latest Update: 11/7/2021 (winter)
– Sun-Fri: 8am until 30 minutes before mincha, approximately 45 minutes before shkia.
You must be DONE by closing time, NOT arriving.
Why do we immerse our new utensils in a Mikvah?
Parshas Mattos, (31:23): “Everything that would not come in the fire, you shall pass through water.”
Please be considerate
It is inappropriate to disrespect the mitzvah of immersing your keylim if you deface the mikvah area with adhesive labels, stickers, price tags, boxes, cardboard, plastic or any other form of litter.
Please remove what you brought and dispose of trash at your home.
Electronic Kitchen Appliances
Using Bodies of Water
You are away from your neighborhood and don’t know where to find a keylim mikvah. What bodies of water can be used?
What Can’t Be Kashered & Immersed
What CAN’T be kashered and immersed?
So convenient. An essential part of the neighborhood for over 25 years.
My Pico Boulevard Restaurant frequently buys utensils that need to be dunked in a mikvah. I use Anshe Emes'.