March 4, 2017
Written by Emily McCombs, Editorial Director for the Parents section of the website, The Huffington Post
[View the corresponding photos at the link posted at the bottom of this article.]
Baby powder. Flour. Glitter. Vaseline. Hershey’s Syrup. You may not realize it but these are all dangerous, dangerous substances when paired with a mischievous child.
We asked the HuffPost Parents community to share their most epic kid messes -- the ones that took them hours to sweep, vacuum, mop and/or scrub up.
[Keep scrolling to] find out which substances to keep out of reach next time you dare to take that shower or nap.
1. Kids vs. Beanbag
"They opened the foam-filled beanbag. Still vacuuming a year later."
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To view the full list and all the photos, visit the Huffington Post: Parents website: http://huff.to/2lJCla4.
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