peel off

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Synonyms for peel off

peel off the outer layer of something

take off, as with some difficulty

Related Words

come off in flakes or thin small pieces

peel off in scales

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Peel off mask formulation with various concentration of red dragon ethanol extract (Hylocereus costaricensis (FAC Weber) Britton & Rose).
No foam residue; easy to peel off after test leaving no foam on the substrate, no need to scrape off residue, just clean
The result is a thin strip much like a bumper sticker: the user can peel off the handler and apply the solar cell directly to a surface.
By introducing a layer of anti-adhesive material into medical tape, between the backing and the adhesive sides, they could ensure that the backing could peel off without having to reduce the strength of the adhesive.
It takes some effort to peel off, but doesn't harm what's underneath at all, and can be re-used indefinitely.
Peel Off Deep Pore Cleansing Masque for Men (10g, 99p)
Then all you have to do when your windshield's been hit by sand is peel off a layer
The researchers saw skinny, pink youngsters poke their lower jaws against their mother's' backs and peel off the dark outer layer of her skin, leaving her bluish white.
Building shape can affect wind loads from vortex shedding: wind whirlpools form at building corners and then peel off, imparting crosswind forces.
Once the notes and keys have been memorized, simply peel off the static-cling labels.
Cool on rack 5 minutes, then unmold, peel off parchment, and cool completely.
That's because when a new layer forms beneath the old one, frogs peel off the topmost layer and eat it for a protein-rich snack.
PEEL off the old to get a new you with some fresh new face masks just out.