Well, WW II ammo does have chlorate (corrosive) primers and should be cleaned with water, WW II or Korea vintage GI cleaner, or a black powder "solvent" all of which contain water to remove the potassium chloride salt. However, mercuric primers were dropped some time before WW II. A technicality, the cleanup is the same.
I just dropped by the web site in the link. Buying a case at a time, you're paying about $6 per 50 rounds. I doubt I'll buy any. I can load my own for that, and I won't have to wake up in the middle of the night, wondering if I got all that corrosive crap out of my beloved Kimber.
If God didn't want us to own guns, why did He make the 1911?