Need Keilim Toiveled? This New Business Can Help You

If you have boxes of new Keilim sitting around your home waiting to be Toiveled, (immersed in a Mikvah), one phone call can now take care of that for you. They will have your items picked up, Toiveled and dropped off the same day, for a minimal fee. Services are available for residential and commercial customers.

To take advantage of this Tvilas Keilim service, call 917-683-3675.

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  1. #1. There is nothing to find out, the Shaliach makes the brocho, just like the shoichet makes the brocho when he slaughters your chicken. The only thing you have to be careful is to make sure you took full possesion of the item (paid and picked up), before you send it to be toiveled.

  2. Is this what we have fallen too!!?? We need to hire people to do our mitzvos? Next there’s going to be somebody who can daven three times a day for you! And then somebody who can put on tefillin for you!

  3. People must be educated about the proper way of toiveling . The item must be immersed entirely, not dipped on one side as is done when kashering something.

  4. Is this what we have fallen to…. That we comment freely on someones potential parnassa to support his family… Give chizuk, and say wow thats great how pepole will get creative to do whatever it takes!
    Now he can pay tuition and support his family.. Think..its an awesome tool of the brain!

  5. Hey, when you were growing up. Did u make kiddish and hamotzee or was your father motzze you.? When uu were eight days old did u father hire a moyal or did he do it him self. Does your father teach you in chyder or did he hire a scholl or rebbe?. Think before you hock

  6. TLS I commend you for posting such articles. although its a private business, it should be publicized. a private business is also a service to its customer, and yes it IS news.

  7. great idea.hatzlacha.
    in Lakewood there is only one keilem mikva (besides for in stores) which is only open to4
    I am looking forwardto your service

  8. for someone like me who works full time and k”ah has a large family such a service would be a chessed. i find that i dont buy things that i really need because i know i wont find the time to toivel them. i manage best by knowing when to pay for certain services (i.e.-using cleaners that pickup and deliver) and this is a service i would gladly pay for.

  9. Before you criticize, its an ideal service for seniors or people with health issues who can’t schlep the heavy dishes nor have the energy to toivel a whole set.

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