Cleaning water splashes on the floor after flushing the toilet

Q: I spend a lot of time in the washroom, trying to clean impurities. This is because I worry about impurities like urine touching water which comes on my body. I worry about splashes that come while flushing when they land on the floor. Since the splashes from flushing are impure and there is water on the floor and when impurity mixes with a body of water that is less than a certain length and width (I forgot), the whole water becomes impure so I clean the floor as well and the slippers too because they touch the floor. The splashes from flushing also land on the sink nearby so I wash the sink also. I also have to wash the seat where the same splashes also come. Can I simply use the washroom without washing anything and only see if my body is visibly pure or impure and not worry about coming into contact with water that had come into contact with impurities?

A: If water from the pan splashed out on the floor at the time of flushing the toilet, then just take a tissue and wipe that area. This amount is sufficient in cleaning the floor. Thereafter, do not entertain any doubts of the impurity being transferred to other things.

And Allah Ta'ala (الله تعالى) knows best.


Answered by:

Mufti Zakaria Makada

Checked & Approved:

Mufti Ebrahim Salejee (Isipingo Beach)