Post-Halloween cleanup can be tough. Not only are you waking up with a candy hangover… but the neighborhood kids have targeted your house this year. If part of Halloween fun in your area includes toilet papering trees, egging houses and generally creating an annoying mess, we’ve got your clean up tips here. The most important thing to remember is that post-Halloween clean up must be done promptly. Here are the most popular prank ingredients and the easiest ways to clean up.
Eggs can corrode painted surfaces within hours, especially in warmer temperatures. First carefully pick off the egg shells. Next, hose off as much of the egg as possible. For stubborn stuck-on egg, cover with a paper towel soaked in a 50/50 warm water and vinegar solution and let sit before wiping off.
Toilet paper must be removed before it rains… it’s much harder to get rid of when it’s soggy. Stick duct tape to a broom handle to get hard to reach pieces.