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X-Tream Clean Products based in Charlotte, NC has been working the past month developing a new website with the help of our friends at Tech Gro Tech Gro.com: Ready. Set. Gro.. Our new website is user friendly, free flowing and has more informational content about each of our cleaning products and our line of tire prep solutions. The new site has a straight forward design that makes it easier to get product and general information quickly. Some of the new robust features for added content and product display include our X-Tream Clean Video Channel, Photo Gallery and a complete listing of X-Tream Clean Product dealers along with expanded product information. We will be adding alot of other features to the site over the next few weeks. There are many new features that will allow our customers to order products in a safe secure environment. Please visit the new site X-Tream Clean Products and look around. Also check out our Holiday specials running until the end of December.

X-Tream Clean Products develops and markets cleaning products designed specifically for the powersports industry as well as tire preps for dirt and asphalt racing applications.

For further information please visit X-Tream Clean Products or email [email protected].

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