Yeah I gues so, Actually maybe I would say Tak Bersih if I don't want to hurt people's feelings.
But to have deep meanings I guess You better say "Kotor"
Tak Bersih=Not Clean (or Unclean)
Kotor la rumah kau.
Your home is so dirty, It's rude to say like this I guess.
Tak bersih rumah awak, bersihkan tau.
Your home is not clean, (you should) clean it.
We have an idiom "Kotor Mulut"
Kotor mulut=Always saying bad things, swearing.
menggantungkan kain kotor di muka pintu
To rely on the dirty cloth on the door.
And it means doing something that harms one's self.
For Bersih we also use like
Akal bersih means sincere thoughts, no bad feelings no anger, a peaceful mind.
Membersihkan diri=cleaning one's self
And it means to keep one's self away from badness.
Sekolah saya kotor dan busuk.
My school is dirty and it smells so bad.
Busuk=a disgusting smell.
Kotor mulut dia.
He always swears 🤬
Jangan kotorkan pejabat saya.
Don't pollute my office
Tadi saya selesai bersihkan sekolah.
I've just finished Cleaning the school.
Wow, so clean!
Kalau hati dengan akal bersih, takde maknanya tergugat.
If your heart and your mind is pure, getting criticises by other people would not mean anything.
Bermula hari ini, marilah bersihkan hati.
From now on, let's start clenaing our heart(i. e. Let's be a better person)