Definition of spongeable in English:

spongeable

adjective

See sponge

‘All papers are spongeable and have a moderate light fastness.’
  • ‘A matt varnish seals in the colour, making the paper spongeable, and a secret printing technique gives a sharp, clear pattern with a linen embossed finish.’
  • ‘The PVC based cloth is spongeable making it easy to maintain.’
  • ‘No one likes having to be sensible, but you really have to be in this type of room, so sofa covers should ideally be removable, rugs washable or at least spongeable, and flooring super tough.’
  • ‘Today, kitchen wallcoverings are as beautiful and subtle as traditional wallpapers for other rooms, but they're not just spongeable, they're scrubbable.’