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Everyone wants to have a safe and happy Halloween for themselves, their guests and their children. Using safety tips and common sense can help you make the most of your Halloween season. Read Halloween Safety Tips here.


Halloween style flashlights make a great addition to your child's costume and can add extra safety to a dark night, helping to make your child more visible while trick or treating. You can also use reflective tape on costumes so headlights will pick them out in the dark. For more kids safety tips, click here.


If you have porch steps, make sure they are easy to navigate for your trick or treat guests. Use jack-o-lanterns to light the stairs. Put a high intensity glow stick inside for light. If you are having a yard haunt for the neighborhood to see, it's a good idea to check with your insurance company to make sure you're home owners insurance covers you should there be an accident. For more Halloween haunt tips, click here.


Make sure that any store bought costume is fire retardant. Nylon and other materials used to make mass produced Halloween costumes is highly flammable. Those made out of vinyl can be particularly hazardous. For more costume safety tips, click here.


Make sure you set a time that your kids should be home if they go trick or treating with a group or are at a party. Make sure they know how important it is for them to be home on time or to call home if there is a problem. Better yet, but a set of walkie-talkies. For more Trick or Treating tips check here.


Just because you think a certain Halloween costume for pets is cute doesn't mean that they will enjoy wearing them! Try it on them in advance and see how they react. For more Halloween Pet Safety Tips, click here.


Sometimes adults maybe so busy planning their Halloween party that they might forget to give their teens some safety tips for trick-or-treating. Click here some good ideas.

 

 

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