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Holiday Specials November & December

Now through the end of December we have specially priced items available on our website. Please check the website for ordering information and details at www.mxwash.com.

MX ATV Wash 32 oz was $7.95 now $5.95

MX ATV Wash 1 gl was $16.95 now $14.00

Street Cycle Wash 32 oz was $7.95 now $5.95

Street Cycle Wash 1 gl was $16.95 now $14.00

ClearView Goggle & Lens Cleaner was $5.95 now $3.95

Red Roost Degreaser 32 oz was $5.95 now $4.95

Red Roost Degreaser 1 gl was $12.50 now $10.50

Moto 1 Pack was $20.50 now $16.40 - 32 oz ea Wash, Mud, Filter & Quick Hit Detail Spray

Moto 2 pack was $42.50 now $34.00 - 1 gl ea Wash, Mud, Filter & Quick Hit Detail Spray

All orders through the end of December will also receive one 14 x 14 inch microfiber towel

FREE shipping on orders over $60.00 and flat rate $8.00 on all orders under $60.00

Prices are good thought the end of December

Please place orders online at www.mxwash.com or phone orders to 704-236-4391

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