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X-Tream Clean New Product Release - Red Roost Degreaser

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X-Tream Clean Products based in Charlotte, NC has introduced a new product called XTC Red Roost Degreaser. XTC Red Roost Degreaser is a new environmentally friendly multi purpose degreaser/cleaner that can be used on any surface without harm. XTC Red Roost Degreaser can be used to clean and degrease plastic, rubber, metals, vinyl, textiles, machinery or just about anything you can spray it on. XTC Red Roost Degreaser is user friendly, easy to use, fast acting spray that packs a punch and will cut through oil, dirt, grease and general grime. XTC Red Roost Degreaser is biodegradable, non-toxic, non-corrosive and non-flammable. A great product to use on motorcycles, autos, boats, bicycles, ATVs, home and for industrial applications. Safe to use on all surfaces and safe for o-rings, rubber seals and plastic parts. XTC Red Roost Degreaser is a spray and rinse or spray and wipe product that easily lifts grease and general grime without scrubbing or brushing.

X-Tream Clean Products develops and markets cleaning products designed specifically for the powersports industry. For further information please visit www.mxwash.com or email mark@mxwash.com.

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i have tried some of their atv cleaner products n they work great ..........

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