Halloween #Cleaninghacks! (2017)

So with Halloween only a few days away you are no doubt planning your macabre outfits, wickedly good recipes and the ultimate Halloween party that’ll give you and your guests the perfect excuse to let your hair down!

But what happens when your haunted Halloween bash has ended?   It’ll be a real live horror story…stepping over the debris of half eaten biscuit ghouls, candyfloss spiderwebs and pumpkin soup, but do not fear, we have ways to banish the mess with our must-know #CleaningHacks tricks! 

  • Did a side dish explode and leave your microwave messy? Simply fill a bowl with water and a few slices of lemon, then boil, let it steam and Voila! No scrapping needed! 

  • Always on hand, our Dishmatic range has a tool for every type of washing up, even a post Halloween 'deep clean'! With new colours always being added to the range (have you seen our new Pink version for Breast Cancer Awareness month LINK) there’s always a good reason to get excited about the dishes!

  • Treats that are sticky are the worst for sure! To clean your bowls or containers from melted sweets, simply mix a teaspoon of detergent and a cup of warm water together and blot the stain. You can also use a dash of vinegar for the harder to remove sweets. Essential!

  • It isn’t a Halloween bash until someone has spilled something awful on the carpet, right? Right. The real question is how do we get rid of stains? Well try combing a mixture of water and vinegar! Vinegar does wonders when it comes to cleaning! Life saver!

  • After your Halloween cook-a-thon and when you're ready to face your grill  - give it a good soak for an hour in hot sudsy water and then with our stainless steel scourer any remaining residue just falls away. Works like a dream!

  • A house with after-party remains is never a good sight! So when the party is over it is time to get rid of all that fancy glitter, confetti and streamers! Start by hoovering first then use play dough, yes play dough (!), to pick up the harder to reach bits that are stuck in the carpet.  Clever!

  • Chocolate stains on your clothes? The traditional method is to massage soap into the chocolate stain and then leaving it to soak in warm water for 5  to 10 minutes and then place it in the washing machine. Genius!

We love hearing from you so why not get in touch and tell us about your  plans for Halloween and please do share your #Cleaninghacks? Get in touch at FacebookTwitter, & Instagram.