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washable

Capable of being washed repeatedly without significant erosion and without change in appearance or functional characteristics.
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The Rafre phone makes complete sense as a washable phone, as our devices tend to get really dirty.
These washable waist training corsets are specially designed with two layers of 100% cotton denim fabric.
The FDA is concerned over the safety of washable hair chalks sold through the Internet," it said.
VX) (Nasdaq:LOGI) today unveiled the latest in its line of PC keyboards, the Logitech Washable Keyboard K310.
She added washable nappies not only cut down on waste being sent to landfill but can save parents money, up to pounds 500 on their first child and more on second or third.
With its soft-colour palette, making it ideal as an accent wall choice, this washable paper offers a fresh, modern approach.
Washes--the Sani-Solution mixes with water and is agitated by the Genie Hand, thus sanitizing the Washable Granules to eliminate germs and odors.
A new washable three-button mouse has been introduced by Unotron, a manufacturer of washable data input and security devices.
According to MILLIKEN & COMPANY, its new Play 'n Wash Paint is the first line of truly washable tempera premium paint for children.
00), which includes an activity book and story, three squirt bottles of non-toxic and washable paint, a watercolor set, three paintbrushes, seven colored pencils, colored paper and stickers, all contained within a handy carrying case.
The water-resistance product is washable, and sells for 2,625 yen ($22).
From washable rope and knots to racier sexual discussions, Wiseman's frank survey will appeal to those on the kinky side of sexual habits, and offers many practical considerations.