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Halacha - Dental Bi-Plate for Pesach?
Submitted by Simcha  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh

Don't worry about asking, the Gemorra says "ain habayshan lomed", one who is too embarrassed to ask won't learn.

While many opinions hold that in this case as well it is sufficient to clean thoroughly and wait 24 hours, here it is more realistic to be machmir. So, preferably the bite-plate should have boiling water poured over it as irui kli rishon, but if there is risk that this will also damage the equipment one may rely on soaking in hot water.

posted:2008-04-11 04:47:37

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