CC Antya 4.129-130

“yadyapio tumi hao jagat-pāvana
tomā-sparśe pavitra haya deva-muni-gaṇa
tathāpi bhakta-svabhāva — maryādā-rakṣaṇa
maryādā-pālana haya sādhura bhūṣaṇa
Word for word: 
yadyapio — although; tumi — you; hao — are; jagat-pāvana — the deliverer of the entire universe; tomā — you; sparśe — by touching; pavitra — purified; haya — becomes; deva-muni-gaṇa — the demigods and great saintly persons; tathāpi — still; bhakta-svabhāva — the nature of a devotee; maryādā — etiquette; rakṣaṇa — to protect or observe; maryādā pālana — to maintain etiquette; haya — is; sādhura bhūṣaṇa — ornament of devotees.
Translation: 
“My dear Sanātana, although you are the deliverer of the entire universe and although even the demigods and great saints are purified by touching you, it is the characteristic of a devotee to observe and protect the Vaiṣṇava etiquette. Maintenance of the Vaiṣṇava etiquette is the ornament of a devotee.