Passover: Kashering Pots and Utensils To Change from Milk to Meat (or vice versa)

You may make certain utensils kosher for Passover if they were chametz or non-kosher. For a list of materials that can be kashered, see the sections entitled "Items/Materials that Can Be Kashered" and "Items/Materials that Cannot Be Kashered" here: Introduction to Food Nullification: Utensils (Kashering).
Note You may not change utensils that are already kosher directly from milk to meat or meat to milk. Rather, you must:
  • First make the utensil non-kosher (or chametz), and then
  • Kasher it.
Once kashered, the utensil will usually be neutral/pareve as far as gender and you may choose to make it dairy or meat.

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