I just reviewed and rejected a suggested edit on this question. The original question was clearly off-topic, and it was closed as such. The suggested edit made some superficial grammar corrections, but in no way changed the substance of the question, and I see no way in which this question could be edited into an on-topic question, anyway. Since this edit does not seem helpful in any way to me, I rejected it.
After I rejected this, I noticed that one well-respected and high-rep member had approved the edit. Hence my question:
Should we reject such superficial edits to closed, off-topic questions that are in no way salvageable, even though the edits are valid improvements to the language of the question?