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The Badei Hashulchan (87:102) brings an opinion (the Radbaz, quoted by Pishchey Teshuva - brought in Aryeh's answerAryeh's answer) that if one eats on plates he may use the same tablecloth for meat and milk. However, he notes that others argue (the Minchas Yaakov based on a Bach) and forbid using the same tablecloth for meat and milk even if he uses plates. He concludes the the prevalent custom nowadays is even stricter; that we do not even rely on wiping the tablecloth in between and always use two separate tablecloths.

The Badei Hashulchan (87:102) brings an opinion (the Radbaz, quoted by Pishchey Teshuva - brought in Aryeh's answer) that if one eats on plates he may use the same tablecloth for meat and milk. However, he notes that others argue (the Minchas Yaakov based on a Bach) and forbid using the same tablecloth for meat and milk even if he uses plates. He concludes the the prevalent custom nowadays is even stricter; that we do not even rely on wiping the tablecloth in between and always use two separate tablecloths.

The Badei Hashulchan (87:102) brings an opinion (the Radbaz, quoted by Pishchey Teshuva - brought in Aryeh's answer) that if one eats on plates he may use the same tablecloth for meat and milk. However, he notes that others argue (the Minchas Yaakov based on a Bach) and forbid using the same tablecloth for meat and milk even if he uses plates. He concludes the the prevalent custom nowadays is even stricter; that we do not even rely on wiping the tablecloth in between and always use two separate tablecloths.

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The Badei Hashulchan (87:102) brings an opinion (the Radbaz, quoted by Pishchey Teshuva - brought in Aryeh's answer) that if one eats on plates he may use the same tablecloth for meat and milk. However, he notes that others argue (the Minchas Yaakov based on a Bach) and forbid using the same tablecloth for meat and milk even if he uses plates. He concludes the the prevalent custom nowadays is even stricter; that we do not even rely on wiping the tablecloth in between and always use two separate tablecloths.