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Question ID  4048  -  Taharat / Najasat
Salaamunalikum. On my floor there was a dried blood I didn’t knew about that and I cleaned my floor with water(pocha) but later I came to know about that blood so will I have to paak my house floor or just wipe out the blood..if it has to be made paak then how many times I have to clean floor?i follow ayoutullah sistani thank you
Answer:-  Remove the blood first then pour water just one time on the place, it will
become Taahir.

Question ID  4039  -  Taharat / Najasat
Is tap water which has a slight odour due to chlorine or other treatments etc considered mudhaf or pure .
Answer:-  Not Mudhaf.

Question ID  4031  -  Taharat / Najasat
assalamo alaikum I would like to inquire that under flowing water of muslim shower is it necessary to wash urinary outlet twice, can one rub the organ for cleanliness twice and consider it to be two washings wigout stopping water flow secondly , what if one fears that his tap may not be connected to a Kurt source as water in the tank may become less.Is the water still considered plentiful if it is flowing with force
Answer:-  Washing urinary is obligatory once not twice.
If you need to wash any item twice under shower, No need to stop the water. Just make water reach to it twice.
Kurr remains Kurr till you are sure that it became less.
Mohammad Al-Musawi

Question ID  4030  -  Taharat / Najasat
assalam o alaikum dear agha If I use qalil water to purify something , I will wash it twice but will the water from the first wash (I know it has become najis) transfer najasat to other things it touches like my hands or shirt etc
Answer:-  Najis water makes whatever it touches Najis.

Question ID  4029  -  Taharat / Najasat
Assalamo alaikum agha I would like ti inquire how to purify shoes made najis by water used for cleaning urine off ghe legs. Is standing under the shower wearing them enough. They are made of a rubbery material which is not cloth but still tends to stay wet for long time like and is swen with what looks like thread
Answer:-  If you are sure that it became Najis, just washing it with water is enough
to make it Taahir.
Mohammad Al-Musawi
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