Question:

I am kashering some keilim that I have used previously, and they were toiveled before their original use. Some of the items are silverware that was used with the wrong type of food. The other is a grill pan that I found out should really be kashered before use. After the kashering process, is toiveling necessary again?

Answer:

Regarding the silverware there is no need to tovel them after they are kashered. We only have to tovel vessels that were acquired from a non Jew. Regarding the grill pan, why does it have to be kashered? If it is  Is it because it was bought from a non Jew, or even new according to some poskim, then it would need tevilah, but not because it needs kashering, but because it was bought from a non Jew.

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