Cleans off - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
clean off (redirected from cleans off)
To rid a surface of dirt, grime, or objects. A noun or pronoun can be used between "clean" and "off." Just clean off the desk and stack those books over here. Get me a sponge so I can clean this sticky table off.
clean something off and clean something off something
to take something off something; to remove something such as dirt or dirty dishes. Please clean the table off and put the dishes in the kitchen. I'll clean off the table. Judy cleaned the writing off the wall.
References in periodicals archive
CLP cleans off
carbon, but it also collects I carbon during firing.
Stone bags up the droppings from each yard, tosses them in the customer's garbage can and cleans off
his tools with a disinfectant similar to the kind used in kennels.
Blanching cleans off
dirt and organisms that could cause the food to lose its flavor and texture.
Photo: (Simi edition only) Grounds keeper Joe Flores cleans off
the Shrine to the Unborn at Assumption Cemetery in Simi Valley.