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OK,,,,,So I had a little time this morning and thought that I would put the CLEANING Wash to the test......

For my test I took my 350X(Which is always pretty clean) that had a little Dust on it and I took a Rear Fender off my New Project which was just UGLY Dirty from sitting out in a Field for Several yrs.....

I followed the directions on the bottle....

(BTW....This is what is left in the Bottle after Testing)

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Then went to work.....

I immediately noticed while I was spraying the product that it was "Soaping Up"...Kewl,,,,This stuff is actually doing something...LOL....I sprayed EVERYTHING!!!!

Now mind you I am pretty Sceptical when it comes to these kind of things.....Im a Hands on, a Little Elbow Grease and Love never hurt anyone kinda guy....But then again Im Lazy at the same time....I was told that with this product you didnt have to LABOR to achieve Satisfaction and to me that was enticeing enough....LMAO!!!!

With that being said,,,,,Here are my Results.....

For the Motor which is where you would normally get all your Grime for a 27 yr old machine it did what I expected it to do....Took the dust off,,,Not sure if that was the water hose or the product though.....Ive never really scrubbed on the motor in the last 5 or so yrs and it basically looks the same as when I hose it down after a typical ride....

Now we move on to the Plastic

WOW!!!!! This stuff (in my eyes) makes a HUGE difference!!!

After Rinsing I could see the water Beading up...Kinda like a Wax....Some of the Stains on the Rear Red plastic seemed to disappear!!! On my White plastic tank I had some Fuel Stains.....THOSE ARE GONE!!!! The Fork Boots(If you ever tried to clean these you know they are a PITA!!!!) CLEAN!!!!!!! And OMG!!!!! That UGLY White Rear Fender???? While it didnt take ALL the Grime off,,,,,,It made a DRASTIC Improvement!!!!

In closing.....

I would recommend this product for your Plastic use if you have average to above average Plastic....

I would like to thank the XtreamClean Team for their Generous Donation for the Testing of this Product....I had a Friend come pick up his Trike yesterday and gave him a bottle to try on that....I also gave him the Mud Guard because Honestly,,,,I dont ride in Dirt....He said that he would use it and Review it for me.....So Stand by for a SECOND Opinion!!!!

Before Wash

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Wet before Application

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AFTER Application

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I went ahead and did a second application on the white Rear Fender.....I didnt notice a rear difference....Well,,,,Maybe a little......

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I just wanted to say thanks to mywifeknowseverythin for taking the time to test our products and for posting his results. It is greatly appreciated. If anyone has any questions or needs more information please visit the site X-Tream Clean XTC or drop me an email [email protected].

Thanks again,

Mark Skerlak

X-Tream Clean XTC

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