When water clawing which is best in your opinion, acid at 1:5 or an OSR product such as PetZone? I've used both and I think I like one better than the other but I'm interested in what you have to say.I know we all like saving steps, but sometimes they are counter productive. Mixing a bacteria with an acid is counterproductive as it neutralizes the bacteria. Pretreat with the acid, flush with water claw (most important step for subsurface contamination), do normal cleaning (Bio Break pre-spray with Flex Ice rinse is good along with other combinations) which should deal with most non urine dog odors, post spray problem spots with a bacteria (getting to pad level is best). Using acid and bacteria separately will give you better results.
I am not recommending an acid rinse at 1 to 320, but an acid pre-treatment at 1 to 5 dilution. This is acidic enough to drop the pH of ammonia salts from 12 to 9 pH neutralizing the odor. If sales is a valid poll then use of acid rinses over alkaline rinses is 6 to 4 for our customers. Of course, we do not know how many just rinse with water.