How to Perform the Whudu
Question :

How do I perform wudhu?

Answer :

You start by washing the face from the topmost part of the forehead where the hair begins to grow to the farthest end of the chin, and its breadth is what is covered between the thumb and the middle finger. The said area must be washed fully. Then, wash the arms by starting with the right arm from the elbow to the tips of the fingers. Then wash the left arm in the same way. Then, wipe the head using the wetness of the right hand. Then, wipe the feet from the tips of the toes to the ankles, starting with the right feet, then the left. It is sufficient to wipe normally and it is not mandatory to cover the mentioned wiped areas fully with wetness.

Wudhu By Immersion
Question :

Can I perform wudhu for prayers by immersing the parts of wudhu in water, like in ghusl?

Answer :

It is not necessary to use the hands in washing the face and arms during wudhu. It is valid to wash them by placing them under the tap directly, such that they are washed from the top downwards. It is also a condition of the wudhu to wipe the head and the feet with the dampness on the hand that originates from the wudhu process only, and not to allow the hand to become wet from other than that before wiping.
In light of the above, before one proceeds to wiping the head and feet, one should ensure that a part of the left arm is unwashed before using the right hand to wash the left arm, in order for the right hand to have only the water of wudhu on it. Otherwise, the water on the right hand might be extra water and wiping with it will invalidate the wudhu.

Not Washing Under the Chin
Question :

One realized when washing the face during wudhu that he had not been washing under the chin. Is it obligatory on him to make up all prayers that he performed with such a wudhu?

Answer :

It is a condition in the correctness of the wudhu to wash the face from the topmost part of the forehead where the hair begins to grow to the farthest end of the chin. Washing underneath the chin is not obligatory.

Visible Parts of the Nostrils
Question :

Is the visible part in the nostrils considered an internal or external part of the body, so one should include it in ablution?

Answer :

It is not considered among the apparent part of the body, so it is not included in the ablution.

Washing the Face and the Arams
Question :

During wudhu how many times must the face and arms be washed?

Answer :

It is obligatory in wudhu to completely encompass the face and the arms from the elbow to the fingertips with water even if it involves pouring water several times.

Washing the Face from the Top
Question :

I know that in wudhu I have to wash my face from the top downwards, but what if while doing that, I rub it the opposite way by accident?

Answer :

There is nothing wrong with that as long as you washed correctly after realizing that you washed in the wrong direction.

Two Hands
Question :

Is it allowed to wash the face with two hands in wudhu?

Answer :

Yes, it is permissible.

Uppermost Limits
Question :

How does one determine the uppermost limits of the face in wudhu of a bald person?

Answer :

One starts washing the face from where the hair conventionally grows for people with a normal hairline.

Hair from the Hairline
Question :

Whenever I come to do wudhu, I find that long hairs from my hairline tend to stick to my forehead because I am wiping downwards. What should I do?

Answer :

You can lift the hair that prevent water from reaching the skin with your left hand, for instance, and wash the face with the right hand.

Wudu and Grease
Question :

Some foods are greasy and such greasiness blocks water from reaching the skin in wudhu, so is it necessary for me to wash around my mouth to remove the grease every time before I do wudhu because of the food that I have eaten throughout the day?

Answer :

If the amount of grease is considerably much in such a way that it prevents the water from reaching the skin, then it is obligatory to wash it in order to perform wudhu; otherwise, it is not obligatory.