What is another word for scrub up?

36 synonyms found


[ skɹˈʌb ˈʌp], [ skɹˈʌb ˈʌp], [ s_k_ɹ_ˈʌ_b ˈʌ_p]

Synonyms for Scrub up:

How to use "Scrub up" in context?

In the simplest sense, a scrub can be defined as a piece of cloth or a sponge that is used to clean something. In the household, a scrub is often a piece of fabric that is used to gently clean surfaces or to remove food residue.

Though its use is straightforward, a scrub's efficacy depends on a number of factors, foremost of which is the material it is made from. A scrub made from rough fabric will be more effective at scrubbing dirt and grease from surfaces; a scrub made from soft fabric will be better at removing dried food residue. The shape and construction of the scrub also play a role.

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