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post #16 of 161 Old 08-24-2012, 06:26 PM
 
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Yep, also read it

was recommending to use the AutoGlym product for plastics - something I won't do on mine. Clean only with water, no chemicals
Smart move--You will be wasting your money using AutoGlym to solve a problem that cannot be solved with a product that is purchased off the store shelf. Once again another statement from Maserati Blue which is 100% INCORRECT
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There is no need to be aggressive and I didn't want to give more life this discussion, but about two years ago myself and a friend of mine sent you all the buttons from a 4200 Spyder. When the buttons came back we found out to our amazement that the graphics on the buttons are just plain stickers. This of course caused me to write to this forum and I clearly described my disappointment.

I wouldn't mind if your website clearly stated that the buttons will come back with stickers on them, but it wasn't written anywhere, we expected that the buttons would have printed graphics.

Anyway, that discussion ended a long time ago, but it would be incorrect to say that this never happened. Maybe the user "285ferrari" wasn't around back then? I don't know.

Lets just agree that we disagree

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There is no need to be aggressive and I didn't want to give more life this discussion, but about two years ago myself and a friend of mine sent you all the buttons from a 4200 Spyder. When the buttons came back we found out to our amazement that the graphics on the buttons are just plain stickers. This of course caused me to write to this forum and I clearly described my disappointment.

I wouldn't mind if your website clearly stated that the buttons will come back with stickers on them, but it wasn't written anywhere, we expected that the buttons would have printed graphics.

Anyway, that discussion ended a long time ago, but it would be incorrect to say that this never happened. Maybe the user "285ferrari" wasn't around back then? I don't know.

Lets just agree that we disagree
I did a job for your friend, not you. I explained in full exactly what we do when we refinish to your friend, not you. Your friend was pleased with the work and payed me in full, not you. We also have our Disclaimer Page listed right on our website for all to read and see which explains exactly what we do. We take care of our customers 100% with there needs.

So not sure why YOU continue to bring up this instance when in reality this had nothing to do with you. Your friend had work done by us and was pleased, just because you were not pleased doesn't give you the right to bash our work. It was not your car, your money or your buttons. You have NEVER contracted us to do any work for you.

You are telling users here about some AutoGlym product that helps with sticky problems forming which is 100% totally false.

We have accounts with over 100 dealers/shops in the US alone, not counting an agreement with Maserati USA. We even do warranty work for Maserati.

So bottom line is users here can listen to you, having no experiences other than your friends car or I can provide them with solutions from years of experience dealing with sticky parts as well as 100's of satisfied customers and references. We will let the users here decide for themselves...
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285 ferrari, im sorry but please no need to get agressive here. HEs just giving his opinion here and hes allowed. Heres an example,,,if my friend buys a set of new speakers and they sound like crap im gonna express my opinion about them even tho he bought them, wether he likes them or not if they sound like crap id say so. Theres been many differences of opinions on here from wheels to even Maserati dealerships. Maybe the best way to look at it as a way to improve about a product. If i was making a product and someone gave a bad review id try to find a way to make it better. Lets make our Maserati experience even better...
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Well, my friend bought the cheapest car he could find, so we could go together in a long road trip around Europe, and then he would sell the car once we got back. In order to sell the car easier/quicker I suggested we try your services, so as to make the interior better. So yeah we didn't follow through with complaints etc because my friend sold the car in a few days after we got back, so it didn't matter to us anymore.

I am not bashing at anyone and I didn't want to cause such a long discussion. As I said, we agree that we disagree.

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I agree to, that its good to disagree haha,,,im done with this one. I just need to find a car still haha..hopefully with no bad buttons.
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285 ferrari, im sorry but please no need to get agressive here. HEs just giving his opinion here and hes allowed. ..
Were you aware he made these same accusations a couple years ago on this forum??? I thought it was done and over also, but once again he drags back up his opinion without allowing the owner of the car who was PLEASED, speak for himself. Then gives false information to users here..

I guess as long as the other 100's of customers and dealers/shops as well as Maserati USA is pleased with our work that is all that matters.
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285 dont worry, customers will be still coming ur way,,, anyway hope the guy who started this thread got his his buttons fixed haha
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I have personally seen the work done by sticky no more. It was excellent!

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I agree that Sticky No More uses stickers that r cheap. I had it done and am not happy with the stickers. I now use Plastic Dip found at Home Depot to touch up the buttons and now u can use Autogleam to protect them.

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So we have opposing opinions

Perhaps BarryM u might want to post up a detail pic. so we can get a perspective of the workmanship

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So we have opposing opinions

Perhaps BarryM u might want to post up a detail pic. so we can get a perspective of the workmanship
Yes, please post pics of your solution. I would love to see what your buttons look like since you redid them. I would like to learn more about your process.

Here are a few before and after of buttons that Stickynomore has refinished.
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Do you guys fix the knobs on the Maserati Gransport? If so, how do you remove them?

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So we have opposing opinions

Perhaps BarryM u might want to post up a detail pic. so we can get a perspective of the workmanship
here's a previous thread on this as well:

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Do you guys fix the knobs on the Maserati Gransport? If so, how do you remove them?

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Yes, we can do the HVAC knobs. The panel needs to be opened to remove the knobs.
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