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  • adj. Suitable for being scrubbed.


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scrub +‎ -able


  • It turned out very nice, and is nice & scrubbable too.

    Creating Beauty Around Us

  • Vinyl wall coverings are popular because they are available in a wide array of patterns and colors and are both durable and scrubbable.

    Alternatives for significant uses of DEHP in Massachusetts

  • 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.

    Acorna's Rebels

  • 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.

    Nickel and Dimed

  • It really is as scrubbable as they say, I just don't like the way it feels.

    Apartment Therapy Main


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