2. Noun. A measure of the degree to which something is cleanable ¹
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Definition of Cleanability
1. [n -TIES]
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Literary usage of Cleanability
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1. Personal Finance by Robert S. Rosefsky (2002)
"Personal taste, budget, durability, and cleanability must all be taken into account. Of particular concern is the length of time you'll be in the home. ..."
2. Forensic Laboratories: Handbook for Facility Planning, Design, Construction edited by Alim A. Fatah, Kathleen M. Higgins (1999)
"However, certain laboratory functions dictate certain choices of materials due to issues like corrosion, chemical resistance, cleanability, rusting, ..."
3. HVAC and Chemical Resistance Handbook for the Engineer and Architect: A ...by Tom Arimes by Tom Arimes (1994)
"... Selecting the best finish for your enclosure is more than a simple protection issue. Factors such as gloss or sheen, texture, cleanability. color ..."
4. Recycling and Reuse of Material Found on Superfund Sites by Lawrence Smith, Jeffrey Means (1994)
"... cleanability, workability, and resistance to deformation. Limestone for lime manufacture should contain more than 90 percent CaCO3, less than 5 percent ..."
5. National Health and Safety Performance Standards: Guidelines for Out-Of-Home by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"Proper design and materials ensure proper cleanability and safety.38 Separation of handwashing and food preparation sinks prevents contamination of food. ..."
6. Small Business Innovation Research: Abstracts of Phase I Awards, Dept. of by DIANE Publishing Company (1994)
"... and related costs, with increased cleanability and overall performance, especially during periods of changing temperature or dust characteristics. ..."