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I was just wondering about the halacha of waking up in the morning and putting on tallit katan. When I wake up I wash my hands (negal vasser) then get dressed and put on my tallit katan with a bracha (I do not war the tallit gadol as I am single). After this I go to the bathroom. Is this the correct place to say the bracha or should it be said at a later point?

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Saying a bracha is problematic,one can get dressed then wash hands,then go to bathroom wash again with a bracha. – sam Dec 24 '13 at 4:35
I was aking in relation to the baracha on tallis katan. Are you talking about netiyat yadayim? – Benjamin Horne Dec 24 '13 at 19:22

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