cleanability

[klee-nuh-bil-i-tee]
noun
the ability to be cleaned, especially easily or without damage: fabrics rated for their cleanability.

Origin:
clean + -ability

cleanable, adjective
uncleanable, adjective
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The cleanability of the surface is a primary consideration in evaluating
  cleaning effectiveness.
Stainless steel sinks are recommended because of their cleanability and
  durability.
These materials have good cleanability and colorfastness.
Cleanability: coated with a washable, acoustically transparent paint that is
  resistant to disinfecting agents.
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