With Halloween approaching, another cleaning tip came to mind. What do you do if your house gets egged? As these attacks always seem to happen after dark, the egg usually has at least overnight to dry so just hosing it off isn’t an option, unless of course you have access to a power washer. If you don’t, just take a bucket of mild soapy water and a soft scrub brush to it. After you’ve gotten it off, fill a spray bottle with water and a few tablespoons of bleach and liberally spray down the egged area. As it’s tough to tell whether or not all the clear egg whites are gone, the bleach will stop any remaining organic matter from growing mold in the coming weeks.
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