The motion of bubbles near walls is ubiquitous for cleaning purposes in natural and industrial systems. Shear stress induced by bubbles on the surface is used to remove particles or bacteria adhering to the surface. In this study, we investigate the cleaning effect of bubbles on a surface coated with a protein soil solution with and without the presence of an acoustic wave transducer at a single frequency. In addition, we test different drying times for the coated surfaces before conducting the cleaning tests. Our results show that the best bubble cleaning effect occurs for the shortest drying time of the coating and an acoustic wave of 100 Hz.