- adj. Suitable for being scrubbed.
- scrub + -able (Wiktionary)
“It turned out very nice, and is nice & scrubbable too.”
“Vinyl wall coverings are popular because they are available in a wide array of patterns and colors and are both durable and scrubbable.”
“Vinyl and plastic wallpapers are either washable or scrubbable.”
“On textured scrubbable vinyl wallpaper, stains—especially crayon—can be stubborn, as they get deep into the crevices of the texture where you cannot reach them.”
“Wallpaper today is classified, and usually labeled, as “washable” or “scrubbable” or “nonwashable.””
“You can also try a solution of chlorine bleach and water to remove ink from scrubbable and washable wallpapers, but pessimism is called for; beware of making things worse by turning a stray line into a discolored smudge.”
“Grease spots on scrubbable and washable papers can usually be gently washed off with water and detergent.”
“I suggest that you discard everything that can't be washed in disinfectant and very hot water, then wipe down all of the scrubbable surfaces.”
“We are instructed to use less than half a small bucket of lukewarm water for a kitchen and all adjacent scrubbable floors (breakfast nooks and other dining areas), meaning that within a few minutes we are doing nothing more than redistributing the dirt evenly around the floor.”
“It really is as scrubbable as they say, I just don't like the way it feels.”
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