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Ruling 278

If there is a cut or a wound on one’s face or arms, and blood from it does not stop, and water is not harmful to it, he must – having first washed that area in the correct order of wuḍūʾ – immerse the cut or wound in kurr or flowing water and then put pressure on it so that the blood stops; then, under the water, he must draw his finger along the cut or wound from top to bottom so that water flows over it and then wash the lower parts; if he does this, his wuḍūʾ is valid.