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New Products and Special Discounts

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Mikvah Blog
Thursday, 11 June 2009 21:04 announces a new product in its range of useful Taharas Hamishpacha items.

1.  Berry's StayClean Black Feminine Liners may be just the thing you are looking for to help you avoid problems with stains (ketamim) or hold off the onset of niddah. Be sure to check with your rabbi.

StayClean Feminine Liners come in black and are highly absorbent. Box of 32 minipads [$6.25 on Amazon] but yours now for $4.75 plus shipping and handling.

Click here to order Berry's StayClean Black Feminine Liners 

2. Special Discount for MikvahMinder Paid Subscribers: MikvahMinder is now offering a bonus 10% discount on all items in our store for our paid subscribers only.

3. Special Pricing: Large and medium sized Bedikah cloths are now $2.50 per packet of 36. 

Click here to order


Special Offer in honor of the anniversary the passing of Rabbi Shimeon Bar Yochai

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Tuesday, 12 May 2009 09:20

Purchase a 1 year subscription to Online Taharas HaMishpacha Calendar and get 33% off.  Offer good thru Shavuos.  Simply enter the coupon code:


in the box at checkout.

Click here to take advantage of this limited time offer.

Also now supporting Ashkenaz, Sephardic, and Chabad minhagim for calculating vestos!


Mikvah Opens in Montana!

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Tuesday, 05 May 2009 07:41

Bozeman, MT - Believed to be the first of its kind anywhere in that part of the American West, a newly-built Jewish ritual bath in Montana is serving Jewish residents from Wyoming, Idaho, North and South Dakota, and the Canadian provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan.

And for a Jewish community numbering 2,500 people and stretched across the fourth-largest U.S. state, the new Mei Menachem Mikvah – established by Chabad-Lubavitch of Montana co-directors Rabbi Chaim and Chavie Bruk – has transformed locals’ learning about the Torah’s laws of family purity from abstract exercise to practical application.

“Before the mikvah was built, it was almost impossible to educate anyone about the Jewish laws of family purity because the nearest ritual bath was a seven-hour drive away in Salt Lake City, Utah,” said Chavie Bruk, who holds regular classes for women on the subject. “This is a milestone to Jewish life in Montana and is totally beyond our expectations.”


Bye bye Paypal

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Saturday, 25 April 2009 21:04

MikvahMinder™ is pleased to announce that we are now able to process credit card orders directly from our site without the use of PayPal or other 3rd party.   We can accept Visa, Mastercard and Discover.  Don't wait, sign up today!


New Mikvah Opening in Crown Heights

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Spearheaded by the members of Bais Shmuel, a brand new state-of-the-art women's Mikvah will IYH be built in Crown Heights. The new Mikvah building, to be dedicated to Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka will IYH be built on the vacant lot on the corner of Troy Ave. & Lefferts.

According to our source the land was purchased for $101,000 and the estimated cost of construction is nearly $900,000. A number of significant pledges have already been made.

The beautiful Mikvah facility will have 16 preparation rooms and 2 Mikvaos. There will also be parking for 10-12 cars.

Members of Bais Shmuel met with the women's committee of Union Mikvah who gave their consent to the project.

The plan is to begin construction soon and have it completed by 25 Adar 5770, the Rebbetzin's 109th birthday.

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