EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CLEANER
She pretended to be a cleaner and mender of lace, but she sold a good many other things.
You don't kape Mrs. Brady's things no cleaner, do you, Moike?
They look worse, because they're cleaner and you can see their illness more easily.
There were one or two who were of cleaner strain, like the two young cowmen.
From where he stood he could see the dead bird; there could never have been a cleaner "kill."
No people are cleaner; none have so intense a personal self-respect.
I don't forget that he has a cleaner bill of moral health than I have.
And even if lodged in a nobleman's palace, his surroundings were no cleaner.
Roberts hit harder and cleaner, but the other was the better boxer.
Mrs. Shaw's kitchen was cleaner than some people's dining-rooms.
mid-15c., agent noun from clean (v.). Meaning "shop that cleans clothes" is from 1873. To take (someone) to the cleaners "get all of (someone's) money" is from 1921.