۴ مهر ۱۳۹۹ | Sep 25, 2020
News Code: 359385
4 December 2019 - 23:43

Hawzah News Agency – In some cases it is observed that after ghusl there remain traces of soap or chalk around the fingernails and toenails that were not visible in the bathroom; however, after coming out from the bathroom the whiteness of soap becomes visible. Some people do ghusl and wuḍū’ without knowing this rule or paying attention to it. What is one’s duty in such cases, as it is uncertain whether water has reached the skin under the white trace or not?

A: The mere presence of a layer of chalk or soap, that becomes visible after the body dries up, does not harm the validity of wuḍū’ or ghusl, except when it makes an obstacle that prevents water from reaching the skin.

Source: https://www.leader.ir/en/book/32/Practical-Laws-of-Islam


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