- cleanliness is next to godliness,
- cleansing tissue,
Origin of cleanser
Examples from the Web for cleanser
After the superfluous turpentine or other cleanser has been wiped off, dust over the blanket with French chalk.
Only a pint of solution is needed for this purpose, following the act a larger douche is used as a cleanser.Family Limitation|Margaret Sanger
Hard water is of no use as a cleanser, until all the lime has been removed by uniting with the oily acid of the soap.
Bahuchet hastily made a bundle of the doublet and breeches, took it under his arm, and started for the cleanser's.The Bath Keepers, v.2 (Novels of Paul de Kock Volume VIII)|Charles Paul de Kock
This will completely absorb any of the cleanser which may have permeated the rubber, and thus minimise any injurious effect.
1520s, "a purgative;" 1560s, "one who cleans," agent noun from cleanse (v.). Meaning "thing that cleanses" is from late 14c. Old English had clænsere "priest."