TB Disinfectant Cleaner (Keystone)

This general, non-acid cleaner/disinfectant/deodorizer kills Norovirus in 30 seconds. It also serves as a convenient, multi-use product for hard surfaces anywhere cross-contamination is a concern. The bright citrus smell shouts, “clean!”

  • SUPC Number: 7637352
  • Ecolab PIC: 6100087
  • GTIN Number: 10025469610871
Features & Benefits

Features & Benefits:

Multi-purpose, ready-to-use cleaner and disinfectant

EPA-registered quaternary disinfectant

Reduces cross-contamination

Does not leave grit or soap scum

Kills Norovirus in 30-seconds


Restrooms and front-of-house, high-touch points

Cabinets, floors and walls

Plastic, stainless steel and other metal surfaces

Glazed porcelain and ceramic tile

Bathtubs, shower stalls and toilets

Effective Against/On:




How To Use

Disinfection, Deodorizing and Cleaning:

  1. Remove gross filth or heavy soil prior to application of the product.
  2. Hold container six to eight inches from surface to be treated.
  3. Spray area until it is covered with the solution.
  4. Allow product to penetrate and remain wet for desired contact time. No scrubbing is necessary.
  5. Wipe off with a clean cloth, mop or sponge.

One-step cleaning and disinfection of toilet bowls and urinals:

  1. Remove water from bowl by forcing water over trap with a swab mop applicator.
  2. Press swab mop against side of the bowl to remove excess water from applicator.
  3. Apply 1 to 2 ounces of this product evenly, allowing sufficient time for product to cover entire surface of bowl for maximum cleaning.
  4. Swab bowl completely using a scrub brush or toilet mop, making sure to get under the rim.
  5. Let stand 3 minutes and (for Bloodborne Pathogens: allow surface to remain wet for HIV-1 one minute and for HBV and HCV 5 minutes and flush.


  1. To control mold and mildew on pre-cleaned, hard, non-porous surfaces spray surface to be treated making sure to wet completely.
  2. Let air dry.
  3. Repeat application at weekly intervals or when mildew growth appears.

Additional Notes:

  • A rinse with potable water is required for surfaces in direct contact with food.

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