I would not use that cleaner in the video even though it removes the misting via abrasive aluminium oxide.
The materials data safety sheet lists the following ingredients - solvent naphtha petroleum, medium aliphatic aluminium oxide, white mineral oil (petroleum), polydimethylsiloxane. It leeches the vinyl and will also degrade the sound over time.
Note that he warns you not to use more than the amount he shows. While the grit size of the aluminium oxide is so fine it cannot be heard by our ears it can abrade audible frequencies and clog up the high frequency sections of grooves if not cleaned properly.
There is a wonderful thread on audiokarma where some chemists talk about all the pros and cons of cleaning and what the library of congress use. Here is a part part where they talk about leeching.
Here is a list of LP additives that can get leached (even from using wood glue) https://audiokarma.org/forums/index.php?threads/record-cleaning-a-comprehensive-resource.884598/
and the wonderful one