Swifty, off topic, I was using B-12 Chemtool before you were born. But only by a year.
The long and the short of it is that you can use anything you want as long as it doesn't leave a residue or film, and you remove all sensors.
It'* safer (which is why I wrote that Techinfo article the way I did) for people who don't know what all the options are, to state Sensor-safe.
Personally, I use sensor-safe TB cleaner. I even set my IAC upside-down and soak the spring/shaft for an hour, then flip it over to drain. After it'* dry, I flip it back and fill it up with 3-in-1 or Marvel and let it soak overnight. I drain it for an hour or two before installing. While IAC'* don't have a habit of failing on us, I like to think I'm extending it'* life. In fact, every TB I've had come through ZillaMotorsports that had an IAC got this treatment. The current owners of those parts probably don't know it.