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Tips for Better Wuduq
Tips for Better Wuduq, according to the Quran and Sunnah! :)
What’s better than having a complete, nice, wuduq before seeing Allah (prayers)? Awesome, fresh teeth and mouth of course! :D
Although brushing teeth is not a compulsory part of wuduq, it is still highly recommended!
Narrated by Abu Huraira (r.a.): The Prophet (s.a.w) said : “Were it not that I might overburden the believers (people), I would have ordered them to use toothstick at every time of prayer” [Sahih Muslim : Book 02 hadith # 0487]
Wuduq plays an important role in a Muslim’s life, for wuduq does not only clean parts of our body, but did you know that whoever takes wuduq, your sins will be washed out? Masyallah! How simple is that? So take wuduq regularly and be fresh 24/7!
Narrated by ‘Abdullah (r.a.) : The Prophet (pbuh) said: “Whoever makes wuduq and makes it well, his sins would come out from his body, even coming out from under his nails” [Sahih Muslim Book 2, hadith #0436]
The next time you’re taking wuduq, pay attention to washing your hands and feet! Make sure that water goes in between your fingers and toes!
Also, make sure that water reaches your heels, because a wuduq is invalid if water does not reach your heels (and other compulsory parts).
Narrated by ‘Abdullah bin Amr (r.a ): Some of the people were in a hurry at the time of the afternoon prayer and perform wuduq hurriedly, and we reached them, their heels were dry, no water had touched them. The Prophet (pbuh) said: “Woe to (dry) heels, because of HellFire. Make your wuduq thorough” [Sahih Muslim, book 2, hadith # 0468]
The correct way of taking wuduq for the head part is to wipe the WHOLE head, and not solely on the front bit. To do so, wet your hands and start wiping at the front and then make way to the back of the head, then back to where you started.
Related verse from the Quran:
“Rub (by passing wet hands over) your heads” [Al-Ma’idah 5:6]
Saving the environment (in this case, water) is a job for every Muslim! When taking wuduq, minimize the usage of water by not allowing water gushing out from the tap too much! Turn the tap just nicely to ensure parts of your body are covered with water.
Remember; you’re trying to get rewards from taking wuduq, not sins!
Narrated by Anas (r.a.) :The Prophet (pbuh) used to make wuduq with a mudd* (of water) [Sahih Muslim]
* Mudd is the amount of water which is held by the two hands cupped together.