How can I use Google's Search Console tool to remove indexing for my website?
Using Google Search Console's (GSC) 'Remove URLs tool' you have the ability to temporarily remove a URL from Google search. Once you have hidden the page temporarily using GSC, Google hides the page from search results for about 90 days. It also clears the cached copy of the page and the snippet. The URL can reappear in the search results once the '90 days' period is over.
To begin, log in to GSC and click on the 'Google Index' button on the left navigation bar. From the drop-down menu, click on the 'Remove URLs' button, and on the new window enter the URL that you would like to hide from Google search.
After you have selected a URL, select a 'Request Type' from the drop-down and click on the 'Submit Request' button.
UNDO THE TEMPORARY REMOVAL REQUEST
If you want to undo the removal request, visit the 'Remove URLs' page, and click on the 'Reinclude' button next to the request. To know more about 'Removing URLs', click here.
To remove a URL permanently from indexing, read this help center article: How do I turn off SEO for my business' review profile?
To learn about setting up your GSC account, read this help center: How do I create a Google Search Console account?