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I have few items I need to toivel. Where can I find a keilim mikvah in Williamsburg? Unfortunately I couldn't find any good resources online. Google maps didn't help either. Much appreciated!

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    I did a Google search for the terms "Williamsburg new york city mikveh" (or "mikvah") and got a list of hits. I don't actually know where Williamsburg is, so I cannot comment on whether all of these Brooklyn addresses would satisfy you. If you know what zip code you will be in, it might be easier to find a suitable address. The next step, I think, would be to phone the suitable Mikva'os to ask when (or whether) you can bring dishes there. – Chaim Jan 8 at 19:40
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    how about the river? – Clint Eastwood Jan 8 at 21:11
  • Most maps such as mikvah.org/directory will show regular mikvaos and not keilim mikvaos – sabbahillel Jan 9 at 1:45
  • Your best bet in that neighborhood is to ask any religiously identifiable person in the street. – Tesvov Jan 10 at 13:36
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Osso Hardware / 38 Lee Ave & Homery Store / 34 Franklin Ave have a Keilim Mikva

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