The Consumer Product Safety Commission is warning parents about several trick-or-treating dangers this Halloween.
From masks, to treats, to decorations, the CPSC says there is a lot that could put your child in harm's way.
The CPSC put out a list of what it calls "Deadly Cute" guidelines to go by:
COSTUMES: The CPSC says flame-resistant fabrics, such as polyester and nylon, are best. They should be brightly-colored or trimmed with reflective tape to make them visible to motorists at dusk and in the dark.
MASKS: When it comes to masks, the CPSC says you should make sure the eye holes are large enough to allow full visibility and the nose holes to allow for adequate breathing.
CANDLES: CPSC says candle-lit jack-o-lanterns and other decorations in places where children can't brush against the flame. The agency suggests using LED lights instead.
TREATS: As far as treats go, the CPSC says you should put reflective tape on treat bags. And make sure there are no small parts for children under 3.