14 Amazing Uses For Coffee Grounds (Besides Making Coffee).
When it comes to coffee grounds, there just doesn't seem to be any purpose for them after you've brewed yourself a cup of coffee, or is there? It turns out that coffee grounds are useful for a number of things around the house and in our daily lives. Some would even say they're the proverbial "Jack of all Trades." They can provide an affordable way of helping you perform and complete a wide array of household chores, and can even improve your beauty regimen by ten folds. So if you're thinking of throwing your used coffee grounds away the next time you brew a pot, these 14 uses will so make you reconsider.
#1. Coffee grounds won't just make you a great cup of Joe. It'll make your face look radiant!
Just mix a spoon of coffee grounds, add a couple of drops of olive oil and turn it into a skin scrub. You'll see how much better you'll look when you notice the revitalizing effects on your face. It also does wonders in reducing cellulite in other parts of your body too.
#2. If you're finding yourself overwhelmed with natural pests around the house, then coffee grounds can help.
Think of them as natural pest control as the grounds emit an odor that tend to repel must insects. You've got to admit, it's a lot easier and a whole lot cheaper than calling a pest control company.
#3. Grounds can also bring your dull wooden furniture back to life.
All you need to do is rub some grounds gently against any scratch marks you see in your wooden chair, cabinet, or table. It's that simple! Plus, it'll remove any unsightly discoloration in the process, which is a major bonus.
#4. If you've got a green thumb and like to plant your own carrots, then make sure to use coffee grounds next time.
Adding grounds to the soil can help your carrots grow a whole lot faster. Just make sure not to use freshly brewed grounds as they need time to break down into the compost in order for them to work their magic.
#5. If you hate cleaning pans full of grit, then try scrubbing with some coffee grounds.
But be careful not to use them on pans that stain easily because grounds are very abrasive and could wind up scratching the surface while getting rid of the grit that ended up caked on the bottom of the pan.
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