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Keilim Mikvah

Mikvah Ohel Leah - Keilim Mikvah is open Sunday-Friday
During daylight hours until sunset only!

Follow this link to make a donation and for the access key to the Keilim Mikvah

We must remain vigilant and reduce the likelihood of transmitting the Corona virus within our community.  Therefore, the following procedures have been developed.  We ask for your cooperation and patience.  If these procedures are not adhered to, we will be forced to close the Keilim Mikvah again. (We will be monitoring the security video to make sure everyone follows these rules.)

Please note that the water in the Keilim Mikvah is brominated / chlorinated and does not present a health hazard. 


● It is forbidden to enter the Keilim Mikvah if you or anyone in your household are exhibiting any symptoms of illness.
● Aim to limit your use to a maximum of 15 minutes.
● Kindly prepare all vessels at home by removing any stickers or interpositions.  All items must be removed from their packaging prior to your arrival at the Mikvah.  In other words, everything should be ready for immersion in the Keilim Mikvah.
● If you know you will need more time than is allowed, consider making multiple trips or use the Cooper River.
● Bring your own set of Latex gloves to wear while immersing.
● Bring your own hand sanitizer.
● Bring your own antibacterial wipes.


● Masks must be properly worn at all times.
● Only one person may enter at a time.
● If another person is in the Keilim Mikvah, please wait in your car until they are finished.


1. Use hand sanitizer before entering and handling your vessels.
2. Put on Latex gloves before starting - then unlock the combination lock and enter the Mikvah.
3. Use antibacterial wipes to clean the surface you intend to rest your Keilim on and the surrounding areas.
4. Recite the blessing and immerse your vessels completely into the Mikvah using the basket.
5. After cleaning up please use antibacterial wipes one more time on the basket handles, the counters, and the door knob and lock.


Mikvah Ohel Leah has incurred considerable additional cleaning and disinfection expenses during the current Covid-19 crisis.
Your generous donation to support Mikvah Ohel Leah would be most appreciated.

With your careful adherence to these procedures we will be able to keep the Kelim Mikvah open for all to use.

Thank you for your support of Mikvah Ohel Leah

The Keilim Mikvah entrance is located to the right side of the Mikvah Ohel Leah entrance.  


Thu, January 27 2022 25 Shevat 5782