v. t.1.To rub and cleanse without wetting.
[imp. & p. p. Dry-rubbed ; p. pr. & vb. n. Dry-rubbing.]
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If it is wax, then take some 0000 grade steel wool and dry-rub the water mark and it should come out.
The Little Works outfit were in unbeatable form as they took all three sections to complete the whitewash with their darters doing most damage in a 6-0 dry-rub, Kirsty Jones leading the way with a ton in her success.