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Keystone Floor & All-Purpose Powder

From floors to walls to pots and pans—all-purpose and all-powerful. This versatile powder is convenient, efficient and economical.

  • SUPC Number: 1983729
  • Ecolab PIC: 6100680
  • GTIN Number: 00025469009142
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Features & Benefits

Features & Benefits:

Multi-purpose — tackles a variety of cleaning needs

Emulsifies and removes greasy soils

Powdered formula provides flexibility with dosage

Uses/Solutions:

Floors, walls – ½ cup powder per 4 gallons of water

Kitchen equipment – sprinkle powder on damp surface, scrub, rinse

Pots and pans —1-2 tablespoons of powder per gallon of water

Effective Against/On:

Greasy soils

How To Use

Floor Cleaning:

  1. Sweep floors.
  2. Make solution using 1/2 cup of powder per 4 gallons (US) of water (125 mL in 15 L) of hot water.
  3. Apply solution and soak surface for 2-5 minutes. Scrub floor with deck brush for best results.
  4. Remove solution using a foam squeegee for best results. If using a mop, rinse often in a detergent solution.

Dinnerware, Glassware, Flatware, Pots and Pans presoak:

  1. Use 1 to 2 tablespoons of powder for each gallon of warm water.
  2. Scrape off excess food soils before presoaking.

Wash:

  1. Use 1 to 2 tablespoons of powder for each gallon of hot (110°F-120°F) water.
  2. For heavy suds, add powder to sink while filling with water. Scrub heavy soils with a dull scraper or nylon brush or pad.

Rinse:

  1. Use a sink filled with fresh hot water or use an overhead spray.
  2. Rinse off cleaning solution thoroughly.

Sanitize:

  1. Use an appropriate EPA registered hard surface food contact sanitizer and follow directions on label.
  2. Follow your local health regulations.

Food Service Equipment:

  1. Sprinkle powder on dampened surface—wipe with a damp cloth. Scrub heavy soil deposits with a brush.
  2. Rinse and dry. Wash removable parts in a solution of 1 tablespoon of powder for each gallon of hot (110°F-120°F) water.
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