Aclarar con abundante agua.

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¿Cómo traduciríamos esta expresión, típica de los champús, al inglés de una manera natural?

"Aclarar con abundante agua".

My attempt: "Rinse with plenty of water".

Creo que suena mal..., no lo sé, ¿alguna idea? ¡Gracias y saludos!
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  • erichio

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    English - USA
    I agree with gengo, although I should point out that "rinse with plenty of water" definitely sounds natural, especially in everyday speech (such as a mother instructing her child). In printed directions and other formal contexts, however, "rinse thoroughly with water" would be the more common term.
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