reclean

reclean

(riːˈkliːn)
vb (tr)
to clean (something) again or with a different substance, etc
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The policy states customers can request a reclean of any carpet, tile, and upholstery cleaning service if they are unsatisfied for any reason over a 30 day period from service date.
One of the real hardships for Linda is that she will clean, for example, behind the radiator in the bedroom and then go back and reclean behind the radiator in the living room, because even though she had just cleaned it, she develops doubts about whether she had, in fact, cleaned it and does it over again just to be sure.
It is also great for keeping in your car and if you are going to a car show you can quickly reclean your pride and joy when you arrive at the show.
The council voted to give developers the option of signing a pledge to reclean all graffiti on their properties within seven days to get away from the requirement that anti-graffiti coatings be applied to their properties.
The AquaTec environmental range includes the company's flagship waste water recycling system--the Reclean.
If it's not up to her customer's standards, she will reclean the home or office within 24 hours at no charge.
Shops and clubs which sold meat supplied by the Wishaw butcher were yesterday ordered to reclean their premises in case they have traces of the deadly bug.
It is not unusual for managers to have to reclean a building after filmmaking to restore the sheen that makes the building such a high-quality property in the first place.
The concentrate can be sent for more passes through the filter until its volume becomes so small and so concentrated that it's too expensive to reclean further.
Rather than wait until after the storm stops to reclean these sidewalks, the streets department clears these sidewalks early enough to ensure clear walkways before school starting in the morning.