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Koshering a Kitchen

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Hagalah
#If one has a big pot and can't put it into another pot it should have a rim added to it and when the pot boils up the water will splash onto the rim and kosher it or one can boil a pot and drop a rock in so that the pot boils over the rim.<ref>Shulchan Aruch 452:6</ref>
#If a pot is used on the inside but became non-kosher on the outside of the pot it needs to be koshered on both sides.<ref>Pitchei Teshuva YD 96:3</ref>
# If one is koshering utensils before the beginning of the fifth hour on Erev Pesach one can do hagalah with the following leniencies:
## even with pots that were used within 24 hours.<ref>Shulchan Aruch 452:1</ref>
## to ensure that there's sixty times the utensil in the water.<ref>Shulchan Aruch 452:1</ref>
## one can do hagalah on multiple utensils at the same time.<ref>Shulchan Aruch 452:1, Mishna Brurah 432:3</ref>
## the pot used for hagalah doesn't need to be koshered itself.<ref>Shulchan Aruch 452:1</ref>
# The minhag is to be strict even when koshering before the fifth hour to only kosher utensils that weren't used within 24 hours.<ref>Magen Avraham 452:6, Mishna Brurah 452:13</ref>
# If one is do hagalah after the fourth hour needs to be careful only to kosher a utensil that wasn't used within 24 hours or to have sixty times the utensil in the water. Some add that if is doing hagalah after the sixth hour they need to be careful about both conditions.<ref>Mishna Brurah 452:13</ref>
# Some say that it is critical to make sure to have the utensils to be not used within 24 hours before doing hagalah or to have sixty times the utensil in the water even when doing hagalah prior to the fifth hour.<ref>Mishna Brurah 452:13 quotes some achronim who are concerned for the opinions of isura baala.</ref>
==Koshering a Knife==

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