The teachings of the Prophet ( pbuh ) on cleanness and ablution
The teachings of the Prophet ( pbuh ) on cleanness and ablution 
His teachings about going to the bathroom
- When entering the bathroom he used to say:
"Oh Allah, I seek refuge in you from the evil and the wicked " ". "
And out he said: "I ask your forgiveness". 
- Usually urinated squatting.
- Sometimes it himself with water, sometimes with stones and sometimes used both.
- Used his left hand to cleanse the Awrah.
- After oneself with water, rubbed his hands against the ground.
- When traveling, departed for their needs in order to hide from travel companions.
- Sometimes hid behind bushes and others behind palms.
- Selected the soft parts of the ground to urinate.
- Did not raise their garments when were down close to the ground.
- He did not speak or respond to greetings while you were performing their physiological needs.
His teachings on ablution (Wudhu') 
- Usually did wudoo ' for each prayer, although sometimes I could make many prayers with one ablution.
- For the ablution, used a measure of water or two-thirds of it or sometimes slightly more.
- Used water for ablution with care and warned his followers of not wasting water.
- Used to wash their limbs sometimes once, sometimes two or three times, but never more than three times.
- Used to wash your mouth and nose with a coat of water and sometimes two or three, and washing your mouth and nose together.
- Used his right hand to take the water and his left hand to eject.
- Never made ablution without washing the mouth and nose.
- Used to wipe your entire head, often moving her hands for back and forth.
- When he rubbed his forehead, included his turban.
- Rubbed the internal and external parts of their ears with his head.
- Washing his feet when he was not wearing boots or stockings.
- Your ablution was in sequence and uninterruptible.
- Began his ablution saying "Bismillah" and concluded it: " I bear witness that there is no deity but Allah, alone, without partner, and I bear witness that Muhammad is his slave and Messenger." "Oh Allah, make me of those who constantly repent and those who are purified continuously".  Also said: "Oh Allah, you are worthy of all glorification and praise." I bear witness that there is no God but you. I seek your forgiveness and I repent to You. "
- Neither he nor his companions said at the beginning: "My intention of removing impurity to say the prayer." 
- Never washed above the elbows and ankles.
- Was not his usual dry after ablution.
- Sometimes rubbed the water inside of your beard, but not always.
- Frequently washing between the toes, but not always.
- Did not expect someone spilled you water while doing the ablution; usually the same spilled it, but sometimes another would help.
His teachings about wiping over footwear 
- Authentic narratives indicate that the Prophet (pbuh) spent wiping over leather footwear to perform ablution, either to be resident or traveling. He specified a limit of one day and one night for residents, and three days and three nights for travelers.
- He used to wiping over the top of the shoes or socks. (Also pass a wet hand on the turban only or along with your forehead.)
- He was acting according to the condition of his feet: if I was wearing shoes or socks went wet hand over them, and if their feet were bare washed them.
His teachings about Tayammum 
- He used to do tayammum on the type of terrain on which he was praying, either dust, dirt or sand, and said: "wherever someone of my Ummah is when the sentence has to be done, he has his mosque and their source of purification". 
- He did not use to carry sand with him on long trips or ordered his companions to do.
- No real narrative shows he did a tayammum for prayer and ordered that this be done. He simply considered tayammum as a substitute for the ablution.
- Used to do tayammum by striking the floor with your hands once to then pass them both for the face like the hands. 
 Zadul-Ma'ad (1/163).
 Narrated by Al - Bukhaari and Muslim.
 Abu Dawood, at-Tirmidhi and Ibn Maajah.
 Translator's Note: was the element that was used at the time for oneself. Now toilet paper serves the same function.
 Zadul-Ma'ad (1/184).
 Approximately one litre.
 Is to say that not pronounced the intention out loud.
 Zadul-Ma 'ad (1/192). This can be done instead of washing the feet for wudoo ', under the condition that shoes or stockings were made while he was in a State of ablution.
 Zadul-Ma 'ad (1/192). Tayammum is a substitute for ablution with water, using dry land for ritual purification when it is unable to use water.
 Narrated from Ahmad.
 Tayammum is limited to the face and hands and does not include the parts of the body are washed during ablution with water.