1. How long does an average car or truck take to detail?
Every vehicle is different depending on the size and condition.  On average a detail takes 3-4 hours.

2. Do you supply your own water?

Yes, we use Deionized water which is water that has all the dissolved solids removed from it. Water is run through a series of ion exchange resins producing laboratory grade water. Results of using deionized water are a spot-free finish that will not damage a vehicles wax finish

3. How often should I have my vehicle detailed?
Ultimate Detail recommends a vehicle be detailed every 6 months to a year, although a vehicle should at least be washed and waxed every three months. 

4. What is overspray?
Overspray is a substance such as paint, primer, or other liquid that becomes airborne when sprayed from aerosol applicators or mechanical spray equipment.  These airborne particles come to rest on the paint surface and dry, actually bonding to the finish of your car. Most likely your car is not clean, trapping dirt on to your clear coat. This means that to polish them off using conventional methods such as buffing would cause considerable damage to your vehicle.

5. Why should I remove overspray?

One should remove overspray because there is a thick layer of paint and dirt preventing wax from working correctly, meaning the sun will do considerable damage to a vehicle over the years.  
6. What methods of payment do you except?   
Ultimate Detail accepts all major credit cards, cash, and checks.

7. What area do you service?

We service: Austin, West Lake, Bee Cave, Pflugerville, Cedar Park, Lakeway, Round Rock, Leander, Liberty Hill, Lake Travis, Georgetown, Dripping Springs, Lago Vista, Kyle, Bastrop, Manor, Hutto, Jonestown and Buda. Some locations are subject to a $20-$50 fee.
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