Avodah Zarah 75b:
ת"ר הלוקח כלי תשמיש מן העובדי כוכבים דברים שלא נשתמש בהן מטבילן והן טהורין דברים שנשתמש בהן ע"י צונן כגון כוסות וקתוניות וצלוחיות מדיחן ומטבילן והם טהורין דברים שנשתמש בהן ע"י חמין כגון היורות הקומקמוסון ומחמי חמין מגעילן ומטבילן והן טהורין דברים שנשתמש בהן ע"י האור כגון השפודין והאסכלאות מלבנן ומטבילן והן טהורין
The Rabbis taught ...
It seems from the Sefer Pischei Halacha page 100:25 that a cover of a utensil (non attached) does not require tevila (immersion in a Mikva) even though made out of metal. However, a cover of a pot which many times gets splattered by food will require tevila. See Rama YD 120 seif 5,Biur HaGra 15,and Aruch Hashulchan 32.
It would seem that a wine stopper ...
Yes it does. I have also asked this question over the years, presumably in similar circumstances. Someone goes in vacation, buys pots and pans for the duration of the vacation then wants to leave them behind. Here are the answers I received from two rabbanim.
If you are buying regular pots and pans, manufactured by non-Jews, they need tevila. If regular ...
Gra in his commentary to Yoreh De’ah 120:2 explains that this is in fact a difference of opinion between Rambam and Shulchan Aruch, which hinges on how to explain Mikva’ot 8:4:
הָאוֹחֵז בְּאָדָם וּבְכֵלִים וּמַטְבִּילָן, טְמֵאִין. וְאִם הֵדִיחַ אֶת יָדוֹ בַּמַּיִם, טְהוֹרִים. רַבִּי שִׁמְעוֹן אוֹמֵר, יְרַפֶּה, כְּדֵי שֶׁיָּבֹאוּ בָהֶם מָיִם.
All opinions exist, as R Michael J Broyde reports in an article in Hakirah vol. 26 p. 146 (Are Converts to Judaism Required to Immerse Their Utensils after Conversion?)
Avenei Nezer and Shem MiShmuel rule it is not required as the convert's dishes get immersed with him/her metaphysically once (s)he converts
R Ovadia Yosef rules it is not required since the ...
Chagigah 27a gives two explanations of the Sages' opinion:
They are actually arguing against R. Eliezer. They believe that the altars are susceptible to impurity, and are not viewed like the ground, because they are coated with metal.
They are saying the following to R. Eliezer: "Why do you need to compare the altars to the ground in order to render them ...
Short answer: Likely yes.
Any utensil that comes in direct contact with food requires tevila.
Items that are completely made out of unglazed earthenware, wood, or plastic.
Utensils that were never owned by a non-jew.
Assuming it is not covered by any of the exceptions, whether or not it needs to be ...