How To Remove Stains After Halloween Party

How To Remove Stains After Halloween Party

Halloween is a fun time of year, but it can leave behind some tricky stains. Here are three common stains that may be left behind by your Halloween celebrations, and how to get rid of them!

1. Stains From Makeup

If you’ve been wearing a lot of makeup this Halloween season, chances are you’ll have at least one stain on your face. The best way to remove these types of stains is with an oil-based makeup remover. Use cotton swabs dipped in the remover to rub the stain off your skin; if that doesn’t work, try using a little more pressure and rubbing it harder.

2. Candy Corn

Candy corn can be tricky because it’s sticky and gets everywhere! To get rid of candy corn stains, simply apply shaving cream or soap directly onto the stain and let it soak for about ten minutes. Then use a damp cloth to wipe away the shaving cream or soap—and the candy corn!

3. Fake Blood

It’s the classic Halloween stain—and it’s also one of the easiest ones to remove. Just grab a cotton ball or two and dab it over the spot. You can use any kind of cleaning solution: water, vinegar, whatever works best for you! The stain should come right out.

4. Pumpkin Seeds and Other Seeds

Pumpkin seeds are delicious—but they can be a real pain when they get everywhere. Luckily there’s an easy way to clean them up: just get some baking soda and sprinkle it over your carpet where the seeds landed (don’t worry about using too much). Leave it there for about 30 minutes, then vacuum up all those seeds! It’s as easy as pie (or pumpkin).

5. Lipstick

The next one is a stain that many people don’t think about at all until it’s too late: lipstick. Lips tend to get smeared this time of year, but if you’re not careful about taking care of them between parties or other events where you might get kissed by strangers who haven’t been tested for diseases (seriously), then you might find yourself with some less-than-pleasant results. Again: act fast! And don’t forget those teeth!

6. Chocolate

You know what they say about chocolate…it melts in your mouth (and everywhere else). Luckily for you, we’ve got an easy way to remove melted chocolate from fabric.

The first thing you need to do is identify the type of stain. If it’s a light brown or tan stain, it’s likely that you just need to apply some warm water and a dab of liquid laundry detergent. Allow the detergent to work its magic for about 20 minutes, then rinse the fabric out with clean water.

If it’s a dark brown or black stain, then you might need to apply something more powerful: vinegar and salt! Just mix up enough vinegar with equal parts of table salt until you have a thick paste. Apply this directly onto the stain (it won’t harm most fabrics) and let it sit for 30 minutes before rinsing with cold water.


So there you have it, folks! Those are the best ways to remove Halloween-related stains. We hope that you found this article helpful, and we wish you all the best in your upcoming trick-or-treating adventures!

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