I was toivelling a few frying pans the other day.

Because there are no proper mikvaot by where I live, I had to use the ocean, but because I picked a bad time of day, there were a lot of people around (hence I sort of did it in a rush!).

In my hastiness, I accidentally made the Beracha for immersing in a mikveh, instead of the one for toivelling keilim.

Are the pots considered toiveled or do I need to toivel them again?

Answer:

The pots are considered ‘toveled,’ and there is no need to immerse them again.

Although the wrong blessing was made, the mitzvah (and in this case, the tevilah) remains valid even without a blessing.

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