MyZuzah mezuzahs are written by trained scribes (sofrim) in accordance with Jewish law (halacha) on traditional animal skin parchment using specialized ink. Requiring 2-3 hours to write, the scrolls are examined for accuracy by two separate checkers (magi’im) and a computer scan. They are important ritual objects, as well as beautiful works of art. MyZuzah works directly with scribes, allowing them to receive full and fair compensation for their work– an expression of MyZuzah’s commitment to fair-trade standards. Each 12cm-long mezuzah comes pre-rolled and wrapped in plastic for protection, and they are encased in a waterproof plastic case with double-sided tape for mounting. The case also has mounting holes for optional use with nails or screws.