Definition of wipeable in US English:

wipeable

adjective

  • See wipe

    • ‘The first thing to do is to make sure that everything you buy - fabrics, carpets, paint, wallpaper - is either wipeable, washable or Scotch-guarded.’
    • ‘In his school, from year 1 to year 6, the pupils are given wipeable white boards so they can experiment with writing more freely than they would with pen and paper.’
    • ‘That led to spill-proof material on the seats and a wipeable flat floor.’
    • ‘Matt is useful for disguising uneven surfaces, but marks easily and is not washable (unless it is one of the new ‘wipeable ‘matt emulsions now available).’’