Mark, you could, but you wouldn't want to use IPA in this high a concentration. Studies by preservationists (*) have shown extraction of additives (plasticizers, stabilizers, etc) from PVC objects at alcohol concentrations above 60%. For this reason, I recommend 15% or lower alcohol in record cleaning solutions. Also, Triton X-100 is best used as a detergent, at appropriate concentrations to form micelles. The "wetting agent" is a property of surfactants as they disrupt the surface tension of water. Photoflo does this with a similar surfactant, but their product is mostly (25-30%) Propylene glycol which is a sticky molecule we don't want on our records. If you insist on using a photographic agent, use Ilfotol, which is just non-ionic detergent (1-5%, like Tergitol) and a small amount (<1%) preservative (alkyllisothiazolinone). Better yet, make your own Triton or Tergitol mix without the other junk for mere pennies.
*See, for example,: http://www.academia.edu/9376344/A_model ... ns_objects