Keystone Scrub Less Enzymatic 2-in-1 Detergent and Presoak

A concentrated manual detergent and presoak that takes labor out of the dish cleaning process. Our proprietary enzymatic formula breaks down baked-on proteins and starches to make cleaning effortless. Our highly concentrated formula can either go through a dispenser or be manually dispensed.

  • SUPC Number: 7217343
  • Ecolab PIC: 6102475
  • GTIN Number: 10025469082647
Features & Benefits

Features & Benefits:

Breaks-down soils to promote back-of-house labor savings

Highly concentrated formula with enzymes targets proteins and starches

Effective foaming properties

Mild scent

Helps extend use-life of pots, pans and flatware by minimizing scrubbing


For presoaking pots, pans and flatware to dissolve baked-on proteins and starches

Hand washing of pots, pans, and flatware in a 3-compartment sink

Effective Against/On:

Baked on proteins and starches

Difficult food soils


How To Use

Directions for Use:

Pot and Pan Washing in 3-Compartment Sink:
Cookware or utensils and other surfaces subject to direct contact with food are to be thoroughly rinsed with potable water after product use.

  • Sink One - Fill sink using 1 US fl oz of product per 10 US gal (0.8 ml/L) of hot water (110°-120°F/43°-49°C). Adjust amount of product up or down according to soil loads.
  • Sink Two - Immerse pots and pans in clean water. Remove and let excess water run back into sink.
  • Sink Three - Fill sink with warm water (75°-100°F/24°-38°C). Use an appropriate Keystone sanitizer for a sanitizing rinse, following directions on label. Let air dry. Do not wipe. Follow local health department regulations for rinsing.

For Presoaking Pots, Pans and Flatware:

  1. Add the recommended amount per gallon of warm (110-140F) water
  2. Remove as much gross soil as possible before submerging in presoak solution. Let stand in solution at least 15 minutes
  3. Remove from presoak solution, rinse and wash in regular manner before the surface dries
  4. Change the presoak solution when the water gets dirty


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