F.A.Q – Badei Penina


Why do people prefer Badei Penina over other bedika cloths?

Our fabric is exceptionally soft and extremely smooth, giving it a feather soft feel and unparalleled gentleness.

What makes Badei Penina so soft?

Unlike many other bedika cloths, Badei Penina are made out of a knit fabric, giving the product a softness and pliability
that is simply unlike any other bedika cloth that is on the market today.

Why should I purchase bedika cloths if I could just cut up old undershirts and make my own?

Not only were Badei Penina developed to have the perfect absorbency level, they are contamination free, have the right
amount of fullness per inch and the perfect clean, white color to create the ideal circumstances for a bedika.

Why is it important to inspect cloths before use?

Although our facilities are scrupulously clean, there are certain circumstances that are beyond our control, such as specks of
dirt that can inadvertently woven into the fabric. Therefore we ask you to check the cloths before use to avoid the possibility
of halachic questions should any irregularities be noted after doing a bedika.

Why is it necessary to have the string at the bottom of the bedika cloth?

Actually, the string isn’t necessary at all but is there for added customer convenience.

Who gives the haskama on Badei Penina?

Badei Penina are certified by the Badatz Eida Chareidis in Yerushalayim and endorsed by over three dozen prominent rabbonim.

List is in Alphabetical order:

Rabbi Ezriel Auerbach
Rabbi Yisroel Belsky
Rabbi Getzel Berkowitz
Rabbi Meir Brandsdorfer
Rabbi Moshe Brandsdorfer
Rabbi Yosef Efrati
Rabbi Yosef Shalom Eliyashiv
Rabbi Pesach Eliyahu Falk
Rabbi Shmuel Yitzchok Felder
Rabbi Aron Fischer
Rabbi Menachem Fischer
Rabbi Yehuda Fischer
Rabbi Shmuel Yitzchok Felder
Rabbi Naftula Frankel
Rabbi Yisroel Chaim Menashe Friedman
Rabbi Mendel Fuchs
Rabbi Yisroel Ganz
Rabbi Shamai Gross
Rabbi Issac Kahana
Rabbi Nissim Karelitz
Rabbi Mordechai Betzalel Klein
Rabbi Nosson Kupshitz
Rabbi Nosson Kupshitz
Rabbi Shlomo Miller
Rabbi Sriel Rosenberg
Rabbi Shimon Yitzchok Schlesinger
Rabbi Michel Steinmetz
Rabbi Avrum YitzchokUllman
Rabbi Shlomo Zalmen Ullman
Rabbi Hillel Weinberger
Rabbi Moshe Menachem Weiss
Rabbi Yitzchok Tuvia Weiss
Rabbi Menachem Meir Weissmandl
Rabbi Avrum Hersh Wosner
Rabbi Shmuel Wosner
Rabbi Yochanan Wosner