Yes. But if your vinyl base is so bad, that it will take more time and money to clean, you might want to replace it. The materials are cheap and it’s pretty easy to do. Just make sure that the substrate (usually gypsum drywall) is sound before trying to replace the baseboards.
We Take a Proactive Approach to Cleaning
This includes baseboards. We pay attention to transition pieces, trim, baseboards and edge-work when we re-coat and maintain floors as well as other cleaning duties.
When cleaning commercial vinyl baseboards, we generally use an alcohol blended water-based aerosol baseboard cleaner. Immediately after applying this foaming cleaner, we scrub with a green, brown or black utility hand pad to remove built-up floor finish and grungy soils.