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      01-12-2013, 05:36 PM   #1
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+1 for Autogeek

I have to say I am impressed with Autogeek and the products they recommended.

I am only a weekend warrior detailer. I needed some new products for my new car. I have a ton of questions and tried reaching out to a few vendors on here to support. Unfortunately they were too bust detailing to answer all my dumb questions and sell product.

I spent about 30 min on the phone with Autogeek. Bought over $200 worth of products and could not be happier. They were so helpful. They only sold me what I needed based on what I was going to do.

I am using most of the Wolfgang products. I also picked up a Daytona wheel cleaning kit.

I am finishing it up tomorrow and just thought I would share.

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      01-12-2013, 06:24 PM   #2
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Autogeek is great, from the forums to the products. Though they are not always the cheapest.
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      01-12-2013, 06:51 PM   #3
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I love autogeek.net

Great detailing forums, information and products.. I'm always on the look out for free shipping offers, which they put out there quite often
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      01-12-2013, 08:19 PM   #4
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I agree autogeek is a pretty great site. Never thought to call them though, good idea. I got KLASSE on their site for a good price and some other products.
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      01-13-2013, 06:15 AM   #6
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This site http://www.autodetailingsolutions.net has some cheap prices on certain products, such as klasse, wolfgang and certain meguiars products.

If you buy one item, it ends up being about the same price as other sites as they charge a few more dollars for shipping, but you can save if you buy multiple things.

Also autogeek goes by palm beach motoring on Amazon. Certain items and usually shipping is cheaper through amazon.
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This site http://www.autodetailingsolutions.net has some cheap prices on certain products, such as klasse, wolfgang and certain meguiars products.

If you buy one item, it ends up being about the same price as other sites as they charge a few more dollars for shipping, but you can save if you buy multiple things.

Also autogeek goes by palm beach motoring on Amazon. Certain items and usually shipping is cheaper through amazon.
The Amazon idea is great. I am sure you can find cheaper. My problem is I had no idea what I even needed. I wanted to talk to someone about products needed from start to finish. There are so many products, reviews, information that I was lost. I had specific needs based on my ability, time I wanted to spend and price. I just had no idea. The guy at Autogeek answered all those questions, gave advice, help with ordering and at the end of the day a coupon for 10% off. I am sure now that I know what I want or like I could surf for price.

BUT I WON'T. They have me as a customer now for good and will buy from them even if it is a few bucks more.
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      01-13-2013, 10:49 AM   #8
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If you mention 6 speed forum there is an automatic 10% discount.
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This site http://www.autodetailingsolutions.net has some cheap prices on certain products, such as klasse, wolfgang and certain meguiars products.

If you buy one item, it ends up being about the same price as other sites as they charge a few more dollars for shipping, but you can save if you buy multiple things.

Also autogeek goes by palm beach motoring on Amazon. Certain items and usually shipping is cheaper through amazon.

When you purchase products from AutoGeek.net on Amazon, they ship from AutoGeek with a message persuading you to purchase directly from the AG site by giving you a discount code-

Use AMAZON10 at checkout on AG to get 10% off your entire order
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use code, clubmember and will also give u 10% off
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      01-21-2013, 08:27 PM   #11
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use code, clubmember and will also give u 10% off
Thanks for this..had no idea..and could have been saving money all this time.
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      01-27-2013, 01:28 PM   #12
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Thanks for this..had no idea..and could have been saving money all this time.
Also if you watch the website they will have three hour blocks when they run free shipping over $95. So free shipping and %10 off is a great way to spend your money with them.

I try and do ALL my shopping with AG
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      01-27-2013, 03:29 PM   #13
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Also if you watch the website they will have three hour blocks when they run free shipping over $95. So free shipping and %10 off is a great way to spend your money with them.

I try and do ALL my shopping with AG
Yep that I was aware but not that coupon code..agree if you watch their website you can snag some good deals
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Right now is %15 and free shipping till midnight eastern time.
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I use autogeek for buying all of my detailing products. They have a great selection and their product descriptions are very helpful.
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      02-19-2013, 01:08 PM   #16
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I use autogeek for buying all of my detailing products. They have a great selection and their product descriptions are very helpful.
They have a big warehouse in Stuart fl. Everything is in stock. Great customer service too.
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      02-19-2013, 01:16 PM   #17
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Autogeek does have a wide selection of stuff. But they do not carry some brands and items that I use so I still have to shop other vendors to pick those items up.

Also, their shipping costs are insane if you just need a few small items. Once you'd built up an arsenal of detailing products, you only need a few things here and there. Autogeek's shipping prices make that undesirable. When it costs $15 to ship a $10 item, that is just wrong.
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      02-19-2013, 05:11 PM   #18
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I agree the shipping adds up if you just need a few things, but shipping with autogeek seems to be the same as other sites from what I've seen.
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ive ordered quite a bit from autogeek, but when ive had problems, ive had no luck with the customer service...i know many other praise their after sales service, but the last issue i had, i was basically told to go F*&# my hat...

they will never get another dollar from me...
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