Here are a Halloween pumpkin tips I’ve come across:
· Use an ice-cream scoop to clean out your pumpkin instead of risking bending your favorite kitchen spoons.
· Insert a bowl into a carved pumpkin and add dry ice and warm water to create an extra spooky, smoke filled jack-o’-lantern.
· To make your pumpkin last longer, apply a light coat of petroleum jelly to the cuts to seal the wounds. And, after carving, place your Jack O’Lantern in a cool, dark place. It will spoil quicker if left at room temperature and may attract fruit flies, depending on where you live.
· To revive a shriveled pumpkin try soaking it in a bucket of water.