Tricks for Cleaning up After Your Halloween Party


Halloween party

A Halloween party can leave messy stains everywhere, which can be a huge headache after spending some wonderful time with your guests. Don’t be afraid of Halloween party leftovers anymore with these simple tricks to clean up your home. So, next time you throw a party at your place, just make sure to keep in mind the following tricks so that you can concentrate more on enjoying the party with your guests.

  1. Hairspray Stains

A Halloween party can be much more fun with hairspray and fancy dresses. However, using hairspray can leave stains on the floor, which we may find difficult to clean. Put rubbing alcohol on a cotton ball and simply rub the stains, and you will find your floors clean and shining like before.

  1. Glitter Removal

You and your guests might use glitter to create fancy costumes for a Halloween party. Cleaning glitter from the floor or your furniture is not a hard task if you know this useful trick: Leave your vacuum cleaner and use play dough. Just roll the play dough over the glitter, and it will remove all the stains from the floor. Play dough works for your carpet too!

  1. Halloween Treats

Halloween treats like jack-o’-lantern cookies and candy are loved by children. However, the sticky stains they leave on the bowls and other places after the party can be annoying to remove. Mix some detergent and warm water in a bowl. Soak a rag in the mixture and use it to remove any stains. If you are still finding it ineffective, add some vinegar to the water.

  1. Jack-O’-Lanterns

Your Halloween party cannot be complete without jack-o’-lanterns. Jack-o’-lanterns can leave a big mess, but we still love making them. You can use some newspaper under the pumpkin to avoid any mess on the floor. If you have already made a mess, use a spoon to scrape off any residue and scrub with dish soap.

A crazy Halloween party can leave your place really messy, but with these tricks, you can easily clean your place without much hassle. Just get to work sooner rather than later, and you won’t be having an after-party headache.