3. Hydrate It
Keeping moisture in will keep your pumpkin plump leading to Halloween. Consider applying lubricant to the cuts you make. WD-40 works great for this, but you can also use vegetable oil or even petroleum jelly.
Something else to try is hairspray — that or any other sealant can keep your pumpkin from getting dehydrated.
4. Avoid Sunlight
If placed outside without cover, your pumpkin can rot fast.
Try to keep the pumpkin as cool as possible.
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