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"clean" to be replaced with "flawless" or "faultless" ?

Hello English native speakers,

what do you think of replacing the adjective "clean" (appears for
example as a result of file system checks by fsck) by "flawless" or

I really dislike using "sauber" in German translations and would
prefer the neutral word "intakt" which means "without damage"

Part of my attitude emerges from the fact that the related nouns
"clean-up" and "Säuberung" are euphemistic for political persecution.

Best regards

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