832. The dress of one who is praying should not be made of any part of the body of an animal whose meat is Haraam. If there is even hair, his prayers will be void.
833. If the saliva, or water from the nose, or any other moisture, from an animal whose meat is Haraam to eat, like that of a cat, is on the body or the dress of a person who is praying, and if it is wet, the Namaz will be void. But if it has dried up, and if its substance has been removed, then the prayer is valid.
834. If hair and sweat and saliva of another person is on the body, or the dress of a person offering prayers, there is no harm in it. Similarly, there is no harm if products, like pearls, wax or honey are with him while he prays.
835. If the person offering prayers, doubts whether his dress is made of the parts of an animal whose meat is Halal, or with the parts of the animal whose meat is Haraam, he is allowed to offer prayers with it, irrespective of whether it has been made locally or imported.
836. A button made out of pearl and other similar things, about which it is not known whether it is a part of an animal whose meat is Haraam, there is no harm in offering the prayer with it.
837. There is no harm in offering prayers, while wearing pure fur. However, as per obligatory precaution, one should not offer prayers with the hide of a squirrel.
838. If a person offers his prayers with a dress about which he did not know that it was made of the parts of an animal whose meat is Haraam, or if he forgot about it, his prayers is in order.