- adj. That can be cleaned
- adj. capable of being cleaned
“Surfaces with matte finishes are easily cleanable, which is one of the most important virtues of these materials.”
“I bought this rug especially for the "cleanable" factor (I have a dog and it gets high traffic), and it's basically so dingy after 6 months that I'm looking to replace it.”
“• Keep the floors clean and 'cleanable' with hardwood floors or poured concrete floors without rugs.”
“Alabama and Florida beaches are cleanable, albeit at a substantial cost.”
“Have a surface that's easily cleanable," he said.”
“Its material composition makes it sturdy easily cleanable and the design element improves any existing shelf unit.”
“Was cleaning the BBQ grills in there a couple of weeks ago and noticed some of the previously un-cleanable areas were starting to come white. saffyre9”
“Perforated drawer bottoms, ergonomic design and easily cleanable surfaces are just a few of the well thought out highlights from Living Kitchen.”
“There are other matte black background materials that're similarly low-albedo in themselves but are considerably easier to clean and/or more disposable: construction paper (obviously not waterproof, but very very easy for shaking/sweeping off small dry debris) or thin flexible sheets of craft foam (wet/dry cleanable, but vulnerable to showing small pinpricks from cat claws).”
“He later learned one had a choice between warm, filthy boots or chilly but easily cleanable sandals.”
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