There are eighteen of them, as follows:

1– To splash–water–hard on your face.

2– To breathe onto the water being used in the ablution.

3– To wash the limbs (that should be washed three times) fewer than three times.

4– To wash them more than three times.

5– To spit into the water being used for making an ablution.

6– To blow your nose into the water being used in the ablution.

7– To let water get down your throat when gargling.

8– To turn your back towards the Qibla (when making an ablution).

9– To shut your eyes tightly.

10– To open your eyes wide.

11– To begin the washing with the left hand side.

12– To blow your nose by using your right hand.

13– To use your left hand when applying water into your mouth.

14– To use your left hand when applying water into your nose.

15– To stamp your foot on the ground (or floor).

16– To make an ablution with water heated in the sun.

17– Not to avoid (using) mâ-i-musta’mal water. (Please see kinds of water earlier in the text.)

18– To talk on worldly matters.