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Assalamu Alaykum,
You have been kind enough to answer the following questions already: 6907, 7100, 7101, 7105. However, I have another question (similar theme):
Approximately a week back I was removing pubic hair in the bath using a shaver. Inadvertantly, a number of remaining urine drops, which I thought I had removed during istinja came out, along with the thin fluid that is released prior to ejaculation. These drops came in contact with the shaver, which I left on the side of the bath. After showering I threw the shaver in the bin, but forgot to clean the area where the shaver had been placed.
Subsequently my wife used a cloth to dry the bath, including the area where the shaver was. She also used the same cloth to wipe the bathroom tiles on the wall.
Today, when I exited the bath, I placed my wet hands on the tiled wall and then entered the carpeted bedroom where we pray Salah. Obviously if urine was transferred to the tiled wall at the time of wiping, it would not be obvious. When I exited the bathroom, drops of water landed from my hand on the carpet in the bedroom
Is the carpet to be regarded as paak to walk on after wudhu and ghusl and to perform Salah on? If not, how do I purify the carpet?

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Asked on November 16, 2012 11:59 am
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You are developing into a super cautious doubtful person. Soon you will run into untold uncontrollable trouble by which you will find it hard to live. Beware. Carpet is paak.
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Answered on November 16, 2012 11:59 am