Two community services: 1) Pesach is almost here and there is a seemingly endless list of things to do before Yom Tov begins. The most daunting and challenging task for most people, is Kashering the kitchen.
By now most people know of the benefits of using an electric immerser for the kitchen sinks. Often throughout the year we pour boiling chometz in our sinks, soup, cholent etc . The only way to make the sink truly Kosher L’Pesach, is with boiling water in the sink. The water actually boils in the sink most likely making it into a kli rishon. The Rabbonim and Poskim in town recommend this method as the best way to Kasher your sink.
A Lakewood individual came up with the idea of ‘Koshering R Us’ – which in fact manufactures these immersion heaters. In addition to being able to purchase the product, Koshering R Us also provides a unique service where they’ll come to your house and Kasher your sinks for you.
All is done through the guidance of Harav Shmuel Katz.
To purchase a unit or to set up an appointment to have it done for you, call Koshering R Us at 732-814-2651
Stuck at home and the shaimos is piling up?
A team of Bnei Torah under the supervision of Rav Yoisef Schwartz will bury the Shaimos for you with dignity in upstate NY.
They have the Hashgocha of the OU and CRC and a Hamlotzah from Rabbi Forchheimer.
Their locations are 3rd Street and Forest Avenue, and Pine Street and Warren Avenue.
To schedule a free pickup, call 732-503-9769.
a real ben torah very knowlegeable in the iyan came and kashered ,i heard he does it for someof the rosh hayehiva IT WAS A PLEASURE!
i was so excited about getting the immersseer but they said its not recommended for a granite counter top, Maybe i should have kept my formica i didnt realyze i couldnt use it when i switched
How much does it cost?
How much, Please!
this really made kashering r sinks much easier thanks soo much !!
They have different models depending on your needs . its best to call with your specs
I was so impressed with this immerser so I purchased one and have been using it for my siblings and friends. Last year I kashered my father’s sinks, Rabbi Yosef Meir Kantor from Monsey, he was so impressed with it and it was the first year that he did not use a sink insert and asked me to come again this year, it’s a great investment!
I use the ones from the gemach. They are great to use and make kashering so much easier. Thank you the Rothschild family.
I buy a cheap plastic dish pan at the dollar store and put it in the sink to use.
BEWARE: You can NOT use with undermounted sinks. It will melt the glue and the sink will fall in.
Did anyone ever try this on an undermiunt sink?
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