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    A: yes
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    A: size "8" is good for a 20cm mezuzah
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    A: In the old times, they wrote with bamboo, but it was hard to get because it's not growing everywhere, so they started using a quill of a turkey which is the hardest and tolls of all quills.
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    A: Sure! we could contact us by email or by phone
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    A: If it was found like this, and we don't know what intention the Sofer had when he wrote it, then it can't be erased, because maybe he wrote it for Hashem's name. But there are two options on how to fix it. (1) to cut out Hashem's name with the parchment, put a new patch of parchment, and write Yihyeh. (2) or peel off Hashem's name and still leave parchment to write on that Yihyeh, but had to be made very professionally that it should not get teared. If we know for sure that he intended to write Yieyeh, but by mistake, he wrote a Vav instant of a Yud than could be erased regularly.
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    A: Kadeish, Vhaya ki yeviacho, Shma,Vhaya aim shmoa, same for shel Yad
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    A: Usually its size 8, but you could put in the note the parchment or the quill should be accordingly.
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    A: We don't see any different, especially if you check them as required according to the Halacha, twice in every 7 years.
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    A: Yes, of course you can. and will try to help you with that. we are working now to upgrade our website with Mehuder samples available to buy.
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    A: Yes we do from this companies  "Yakov"  "kenigsburg" "Nafarstak" and more being sold individually and for the hole Torah together
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    A: size 6 as each line is 6 mm
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    A: No, only specific type
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    A: not yet but we are working on it,
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    A: You could the Tefillin Marker for Batim as well
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    A: will do IYH Thanks
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    A: The best if you call in the office at Merkaz Hasofrim & 718-387-4983 # 1 they will advise IYH Thanks
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    A: You could buy this https://merkazhasofrim.com/sofrus/parchment/pre-cut-parchment/self-adhesive-parchment-bandages.html easy to use Thanks
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    A: Yes we do, but it depends on the condition and situation, and after we get permission from our Rabbi that we are allowed to do it on this situation
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    A: no

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