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Ruling 51

If an impure object is purified in kurr or flowing water, the water that drips from the object after the final wash that makes the object pure4 and after the object has been taken out of the water, is pure.

4 The number of times a particular object has to be washed in order for it to be purified depends on the type of object it is, the thing that made it impure, and the type of water it is washed with. For example, a utensil that has become impure with wine is purified by washing it three times with kurr water, flowing water, or suchlike. See Ruling 147.