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aboveandbeyondlogoAt Above and Beyond,

we take a great deal of pride in our work. We believe that this, along with our dedication to communication, honesty, consistency and reliability, is what makes us totally different for all the others. The first time we come to your home, we do an initial deep spring cleaning. From the cobwebs in the corners of the vaulted ceilings to the gunk under the stove that can no longer be identified....we get it all. Once your initial deep spring cleaning has be completed, we are ready to maintain your home. Each time Above and Beyond cleans your home we not only perform a thorough cleaning but we also take the time and initiative to do the little extras that make a difference.

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Cleaning Tips

Eliminating Pet Hair
To pick up cat hair, put on a wet rubber dishwashing glove and wipe your hand over surfaces. The hair will stick right to it.
Eliminating Wax Spills
To remove hardened wax from fabric, place a paper towel or a brown paper bag on top of the wax and press with an iron on low heat. The paper absorbs the wax, and your iron stays clean.
Washing China
Make a paste of baking soda and water to clean discolored teacups and teapots. It's gentle enough for most fine china, and it's easy on the hands and the wallet.
Cleaning Glass
Use old newspapers instead of paper towels to clean mirrors and windows. They work great, and you're recycling.
Zapping Red-Wine Stains
A dab of foaming shaving cream can help remove many red-wine spills from carpets.
Picking Up
Leave a basket at the foot of the stairs and toss in any toys or miscellaneous items that were brought downstairs during the day. Whenever going upstairs, take the basket up and unload. It beats running up and down the stairs all day.
Removing Food Odors
When plastic storage containers start to smell like the food that was in them, wash them with hot water and two tablespoons of baking soda."
Wiping Up
Baby wipes are useful for quick surface cleanups in kitchens and bathrooms. They also are great for cleaning up after craft projects.
Removing Stickers
To remove stubborn price tags from items like dishes and glassware, use a cotton pad or Q-tip soaked with rubbing alcohol. The alcohol dissolves the sticky glue and won’t mess up your manicure.
Keeping the House Clutter-Free
When in doubt, dump it. You'll revel in your decluttered existence and have fewer items to dust.

iStock_000007050349XSmallEliminating Pet Hair

To pick up cat hair, put on a wet rubber dishwashing glove and wipe your hand over surfaces. The hair will stick right to it.

Eliminating Wax Spills

To remove hardened wax from fabric, place a paper towel or a brown paper bag on top of the wax and press with an iron on low heat. The paper absorbs the wax, and your iron stays clean.

Washing China

Make a paste of baking soda and water to clean discolored teacups and teapots. It's gentle enough for most fine china, and it's easy on the hands and the wallet.

Cleaning Glass

Use old newspapers instead of paper towels to clean mirrors and windows. They work great, and you're recycling.

Zapping Red-Wine Stains

A dab of foaming shaving cream can help remove many red-wine spills from carpets.

Picking Up

Leave a basket at the foot of the stairs and toss in any toys or miscellaneous items that were brought downstairs during the day. Whenever going upstairs, take the basket up and unload. It beats running up and down the stairs all day.

Removing Food Odors

When plastic storage containers start to smell like the food that was in them, wash them with hot water and two tablespoons of baking soda."

Wiping Up

Baby wipes are useful for quick surface cleanups in kitchens and bathrooms. They also are great for cleaning up after craft projects.

Removing Stickers

To remove stubborn price tags from items like dishes and glassware, use a cotton pad or Q-tip soaked with rubbing alcohol. The alcohol dissolves the sticky glue and won’t mess up your manicure.

Keeping the House Clutter-Free

When in doubt, dump it. You'll revel in your decluttered existence and have fewer items to dust.

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Helpful Cleaning Tips

To pick up cat hair, put on a wet rubber dish-washing glove and wipe your hand over surfaces. The hair will stick right to it.

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