Silly string – How to easily eliminate stress and clutter

Silly string – How to easily eliminate stress and clutter

Practically everyone loves a silly string and practically everyone likes to use a box or ten when it comes to parties, pranks and wars. Although it is one of the most popular and widely used party supplies, it can also become an instant mess and a hassle to clean up. Sure, it’s fun while it’s happening, but when it’s time to clean up and the guests come home, you’re stuck with hours of ripping silly string out of carpet, upholstery, and other hard-to-clean places.

Because of the fun, there really isn’t much chance you won’t use it. Brightly colored things usually get the whole party going. Your best bet is to learn how to make the fun box easy and quick to clean and avoid any damage it may cause. Since the bright colors have little potential to cause damage, I’ve also created a list of items and areas to avoid when using it.

Places where it is safe to use: Dummy cord is usually easy to remove from clothing and other items, although it can be more difficult to remove from tight knit sweaters compared to 100% cotton items. So be sure your outfit is not your best dress. It also helps to use it outside. Yes, it comes off almost everything and it’s not as hard to clean as it might seem when it’s all over the room, but trying to clean up after a few boxes can be time-consuming and a chore. Enjoy using a silly string by simply avoiding nasty cleanups. The best option is to use it outdoors where a water hose can be easily reached to the area. The silly string will dissolve by simply getting it wet, eliminating long and tedious cleanup after the fun.

Places you should avoid using it: Most areas are safe and quite fun to use a silly string, but there are some precautions that can prevent unwanted messes, injuries or other problems. Note that if you’re going to be using the brightly colored stuff in a public place, such as a park, you’ll need to make sure that such a place will allow you to use the string. Some parks prohibit any kind of party confetti and any other small particles that may be left behind, and this fun may be on their list. So be sure to check with the landowner or caretaker before bringing it. Never spray at or directly into the face. Although floss is generally safe, it can cause damage if sprayed directly on any part of the face. Last but not least is avoiding places where vehicles may be present. The silly string has been known to strip the surface of some body paints.

Taking these few precautions before using a box of bright string can make your experience pleasant and much less stressful when it comes to cleaning.

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