Halloween always kicks off the holiday season with a fun and spooky start but don't let it cause real fright in your household. In all the fun of decorating and dressing up for the holiday we often overlook some safety concerns we wouldn't normal. Follow these simple safety tips to stay safe this Halloween.
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.
Halloween can be a scary time for parents who worry about the evils that can befall their trick-or-treating kids. Is Halloween really a dangerous holiday for youngsters? Take a look at what the experts and statistics say and what you should do.
Halloween may be a treat for humans, but the holiday can prove dangerous – even deadly – for pets. Candles, candy and doors opening and closing can harm dogs and cats. Here are common ways that pets injure themselves on Halloween and what pet parents can do to make sure their four-legged friends survive the holiday.
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.