Don’t let Halloween messes linger until Thanksgiving. Quick action to remove chocolate on rugs and gum on hardwood will make holiday cleanup faster and easier. Here are some tips on how to get rid of Halloween messes; pick which cleanup technique will work best for your post-Halloween household chores.
Even if you hand out the best candy on the block, Halloween pranksters may still throw eggs at your house, toss rolls of toilet paper over every tree, and squirt shaving cream on your car and windows. Don’t let these “tricks” spoil your Halloween and wreck your house and yard. Follow these cleanup methods to wash away any mischief from All Hallow’s Eve.
The power is back and so are the lights but that doesn’t mean you and your family are out of the woods yet. Make sure your emergency preparedness plan is complete and will ensure you and your family and home recover quickly and safely from a power outage.
When the storm is over, you may feel a sense of relief. But even though the hurricane is gone, there are still threats and dangers to your family's safety you need to be aware of. Don't make the mistake of thinking you're in the clear just because it's over. Find out what to do -- and what not to do after the storm.
The flames have died and the smoke has cleared and you ensured your family's safety through the emergency of a wildfire. But once it's over, do you know what to do next? There are still dangers you need to be aware of and steps you will need to take to recover quickly -- and safely. Make sure your emergency preparedness is complete by knowing what you will have to do once the wildfire is over.
Once a flood has ended, the task of recovery begins. Knowing what to do to prepare your home before a flood and what measures you can take during the flood is extremely important. But even after the flood, dangers and risks still exist. Learn what to do to ensure your ability to recover quickly and safely from a flood.