Dad uses a Halloween hack to carve a pumpkin in just 30 seconds and it’s a “work of art”


Father went viral on TikTok after trying a quirky hack he saw on the video-sharing platform that sees people using a pressure washer to carve a pumpkin for Halloween

Carving pumpkins can take ages (stock photo)

Halloween is almost upon us and as such, pumpkins are appearing on doorsteps and in windows on every street.

Some are left untouched, others are transformed into Jack O’Lanterns, gutted and sculpted with spooky faces, a candle flickering inside.

Carving a pumpkin can be a lot of fun for the whole family, but for some it is a bit complicated.

If you’re someone who wants the results without getting your hands dirty, then a TikTok User 30 Second Hack might be perfect for you.

Kiel James Patrick, who posts under @kjp on the video-sharing platform went viral after showing how he used a pressure washer to add a face to his pumpkin.

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In the clip, he can be seen using the pressure washer to draw two eyes in the shape of a triangle, a nose and a mouth with sharp teeth.

A little water drains from the mouth as he finishes, but as he circles the pumpkin, viewers can see the back is still intact.

He adds: “Wow! It was really easy and fun! “

The video was captioned: “Sculpting a Jaco in 30 seconds. Back still intact.”

The Father’s Halloween video has since been viewed over 657,000 times and garnered over 44,000 likes.

Lots of people took the time to comment, with just one writing: “I feel compelled to try this now.”

Another said: “You can’t tell me it doesn’t look better than traditional carving.”

A third posted: “I expected it to go south quickly, but after that second triangle I knew it would be a work of art.”

“The way it turned out really cool,” someone else added.

While another user joked, “Dads will do anything to use their pressure washer.”

Would you like to try this hack? Let us know in the comments below.

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