1. Removing face paint and makeup – Ponds Cold Cream
will work gently and remove even the scariest goblin's face
2. Make-up from clothing – For those messy little trick-or-treaters
who are sure to rub their noses with a sleeve, don't stress.
Just use a little orange oil cleaner to pre-treat the clothing
and gently work-in before laundering.
3. Avoid bumps and bruises – Make sure your children's
costumes do not drag on the ground, potentially causing them
to trip and fall. Hold them up with safety pins to ensure
a safer walk for your child.
4. Stop tummy aches before they start – Make sure your
child has a full tummy and no spicy foods prior to eating
their trick-or-treat candy!
5. Don't forget the old tale about poison candy – Before
your children eat any of their trick-or-treat candy, always
check the wrappers to make sure nothing looks suspicious.
Throw anything away that you are unsure of. Have your children
help in this process so that they understand its importance.
6. Sick Kid Fallout – Every year at least one little
goblin in your group will experience a green face and a quick
trip to vomit in the restroom (if they can make it there!).
For quick clean up, scrape up and throw away as much as possible.
For carpets use a mild dish detergent with cold water and
clean, absorb the liquid with a cotton towel. To prevent bacteria
and odors, use an enzyme cleaner.