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X-Factor Tire Prep

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Press Release

Charlotte, NC – April 7, 2009

X-Tream Clean Products of Charlotte, NC introduced a new brand to its stables with the addition of X-Factor Tire Prep back in February. There has been tremendous response from the Motocross, Supercross, Arenacross and ATV flat track racing markets for this product which helps in softening tires, adding grip and providing more traction. X-Factor Tire Prep has been proven to help with traction on hard packed tracks, slick tracks and with tracks that have concrete starting pads. X-Factor Tire Prep can give you that extra grip and traction to get off the gate and out in front. X-Factor Tire Prep HOT is the preferred version for these applications.

Using the newest and most advanced chemical technology available we have developed a line of tire treatment/preps/conditioners that can be used for any dirt and asphalt racing applications.

X-Factor Tire Prep will soften rubber and synthetic compounds in tires allowing for increased amounts of grip, traction and softness that you desire. One of the most unique characteristics about X-Factor Tire Prep HOT is that it is non-flammable, VOC Compliant and biodegradable.

X-Tream Clean Products develops cleaning products made specifically for MX bikes, ATVs, UTVs, karts or any off-road vehicle as well as tire conditioners for aiding in traction, grip and softness. For further information please visit www.mxwash.com or www.tireprepx.com.

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