Michael, I appreciate your input. As far as the respirator if you read my second post on the fifth page of the post I address that. It was just an over site on my part.
As far as Eaco Chem using the term cleaning My point may not have come across clear. I did not actually say that they mean restoration instead of clean. I believe they mean clean however when they say cleaning they seem to be referring to the removal of staining from glass surfaces and other building substrate. The reason there product cleans that off so well is mainly because of the acids. So I would would not categorize their cleaning chemical in the same class as a regular window cleaning soap as say GG4, even if it is diluted. Even when diluted you still need to rinse it off and wear protective gloves and clothing. My only point is to warn anyone not to confuse their use of the word cleaner to be compared to say a product like 409 which is marketed as an all purpose cleaner. They are both all purpose cleaners but 409 would not be considered a cleaner on the same level as One restore because for one it does not contain acids, so it would not remove the staining on buildings. On the other hand One restore would be over kill and even dangerous if you used it to clean a counter top.
My point is we should be careful when we hear Eaco chem use the term cleaner to refer to One restore. It the term needs to be kept in the context of building restoration and stain removal. I hope that makes sense and clears up any confusion as to what I meant.