Boil out - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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boil (something) out of (something)
To use boiling water to clean a substance (such as a stain) from an item. Do you know if can you boil grass stains out of cotton?
boil something out of something and boil something out
to remove something from something by boiling. I boiled the wax out of the cloth. You can boil out the stain.
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Tank boil outs
should be performed regularly, followed by a good visual inspection to determine boil out
This cost savings was coupled with an increase of time between wash ups and boil outs from 4 weeks to 5 weeks.
Machines run cleaner with fewer breaks and longer times between wash ups and boil outs.