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Male: Know what’s in the Halloween News Network. This is the freighting review news with Justin Grave.
Justin Grave: Those cheapest gates out there, the home improvement worlds have intentionally created some great things to read purpose for Halloween.
One of the cheapest and my favorite is clear plastic drop cloth. If you go to the home improvement center, you could find it in the painting aisle. They keep making it thinner and thinner and thinner which makes a perfect for super inexpensive Halloween slats.
Never ever use this to put over peoples head for Halloween ghost costumes or anything at all like that. Don’t be a dead dummy this Halloween instead use it on dummies.
You can use it for curtains or on props. It’s wispy and perfect for blowing. Use a couple of fans to blow it about. Shred it for hanging curtain. Drape it over the prop to add an eerie eco ectoplasmic layer.
Make sure you have a nearby fan to make the dead tissue come alive.
Look for the thinnest cloth available. Anything over one millimeter is probably too thick and too heavy to blow on flutter. I found three giant sheets of .7 millimeter plastic drop cloth for $1.30 at Wal-Mart.
This is the most bang for Halloween buck you can have outside of the totally free stuff like freeloads cheap plastic sheets for Halloween. Now that’s a wrap.