HALLOWEEN is everyone's favorite excuse to dress, but cleaning up any resulting stain can be a horror.
Fortunately, experts at the cleaning and laundry brand Dr Beckmann have revealed how to get rid of fear stains in your home.
Whether red wine or fake blood, Halloween can leave your home with some terrible spots, but lemon juice helps
1. Bloody hell
Fake blood is one of the most popular Halloween additions, but a nightmare for taking off your clothes is famous.
If you spot a spot quickly, rub it with wet wipes. More stubborn stains may need stain remover, or try rubbing it with lemon juice before sticking it in the wash.
When it comes to face paint, opt for water-based paints, as they are easier to remove. With oil-based paints, try scraping them with a knife before washing them.
2. Things to lift hair
Hair dyes and colored sprays may seem like a fun idea, but they tend to leave difficult stains.
Try rubbing alcohol or vinegar on the stain with detergent, then let it soak.
3. Stuck in the mud
Trick or treating can be a messy job, so there is a high probability that your children will be covered in mud.
Resist the temptation to clean the stain, try to scrape it if it is dry.
Sweets and caramel apple fragments can be scraped off the clothes with a sharp knife
4. sweet idea
As any parent knows, the strange sticky stain on the costumes is inevitable after a night of trick or treating.
Place an ice cube on the stain for an hour, before scraping the residue with a knife without an edge.
Then apply a stain remover and let the costume soak.
Caramel apple stains may be more difficult to clean. Do not clean the candy, or it will sink deeper into the fabric.
Try rubbing it with a damp cloth, then use a stain remover.
5. Preparing a plan
Pumpkin disaster is another common problem on Halloween.
If you put on some clothes or carpets, dry it immediately with a damp cloth. Then wash properly with warm water and stain remover.
You will want to erase any pumpkin stain as soon as possible
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LAST PARTY OF ALESHA
Alesha smiles in the final photo during party hours before being killed
6. Pleased as a blow
Many of us move towards dark drinks when autumn comes, but you don't want red wine or party punch to get close to your carpets.
If you find a spill, start drying the alcohol with a cloth, until all the liquid is absorbed, then bathe it with cold water.
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