‘Cleaning’ Expressions

Here are a few “cleaning” expressions you need to know.

Nice and clean – very clean.

Mary’s house was always nice and clean.

Spotlessly clean – totally clean.

My mother’s car is spotlessly clean.

Clean up something – remove dirt.

It took me two hours to clean up the mess after the party.

Spring-clean– clean your place thoroughly.

Judith spring-cleaned her apartment before Christmas.

Dry cleaner’s – place where you take your clothes for cleaning, usually with chemicals.

My shirt is at the dry cleaner’s. It has a wine spot on it.

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