Cleaner and hand sanitizer can be used against coronavirus

May 8, 2020

Topps Products Inc., Canton, Miss., has announced MultiUse Cleaner™ and Kandu hand sanitizer can be used against coronavirus.

When diluted as 1 cup of cleaner per 1 gallon of water, MultiUse Cleaner meets the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s recommended guidelines for total bleaching agents for cleaning solutions to help prevent the spread of coronavirus. Intended for commercial and industrial applications, the alkaline-based cleaner contains three surfactants and an active wetting agent said to carry the cleaner deep between dirt particles to dissolve grease and oil. MultiUse Cleaner has no odor and is nonflammable. The cleaner can be applied to warehouse floors, roofs and pavement. A 5-gallon pail yields 80 gallons of heavy-duty cleaner.

Kandu hand sanitizer is an 80% alcohol-based hand sanitizer that complies with Food and Drug Administration policy and meets the CDC’s recommended guidelines for consumers to use hand sanitizer containing at least 60% alcohol. The hand sanitizer reportedly kills 99.99% of the most common germs that may cause illness and dries in 15 seconds with no sticky residue. Kandu hand sanitizer currently is only sold in bulk.

Additional information about MultiUse Cleaner and Kandu hand sanitizer is available at