Finding bedikah cloths in Jerusalem
26 October, 2012
Where can you get bedikah cloths in Jerusalem (Katamon area)? Someone told me that they're sold in the supermarkets next to the sanitary napkins, but I haven't found them in a single store. Maybe I'm not looking for the right thing?
Many supermarkets in Jerusalem do carry bedikah cloths. Pharmacies often stock them as well. They are usually in the feminine hygiene section and are in either plastic packets or small boxes. There are different brands – some say on the package "Taharah", "Badei Tzach", "Edei Tzach", "Sarig Tzach", "Edei Tohar". If you can't find any in your area, you will definitely be able to find them in supermarkets/pharmacies in charedi neighborhoods. They are also sold at the mikveh.
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