Can one bring a Negel Vasser set into the bathroom, if it has a name such as מיכאל written on it?



Sometimes kids decorate Negel Vasser sets with their names on it. Many people store their Negel Vasser sets in the bathroom.

Is it a problem bringing the set (or any other item, for that matter) into the bathroom if names such as יהורם or צייטל or מיכאל are written on it?



It’s not a problem.



ראה: שו”ע יו”ד סי’ רע”ו סעי’ ט’-י”ג, ש”ך שם ס”ק י”ב, חוות יאיר סי’ ט”ז, שו”ע או”ח סי’ פ”ד ובט”ז שם ס”ק ג’, ובשו”ע אדה”ז שם, ועוד.


See here too:

Is it a problem to bring something with Alef-Beis on them, into a bathroom, (e.g. Negel Vasser set, Yarmulke)?