Okay, so I checked the SDS for both of them. They're listed as different names, with different catalog numbers, with different identified uses. The only hazardous ingredient of both of them is glutaraldehyde (greater than or equal to 25%, less than 50%), with the same CAS #.
The description section has the glut having a light yellow collor with a "pungent" odor, while dial has a colorless color with a "characteristic" odor. Which is odd, because you say it's the other way around. And, interestingly, the melting point of dial is 8 degrees C warmer (-6 to -14) than glut, while they have the same boiling point.
Most other stuff looks the same. There's no listing of non-hazardous components, so no way to tell what's in it. But since it's non-hazardous, it's probably safe-ish. Your call.