Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

14 Amazing Uses For Coffee Grounds (Besides Making Coffee).

#6. For your house to smell like coffee, you have to be a huge java aficionado, but if you are, there's a way to turn coffee grounds into an air freshener.

Simply place some coffee grounds near your air conditioning vent and prepare to make your house smell like Starbucks, because that's exactly what you'll get.

For your house to smell like coffee, you have to be a huge java aficionado, but if you are, there's a way to turn coffee grounds into an air freshener.

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#7. If your sink stinks, then deodorize it with some coffee grounds.

All you need is a small jar and some coffee grounds. Then place it near the sink and watch it mask the smell of last night's dinner, mold or mildew.

If your sink stinks, then deodorize it with some coffee grounds.

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#8. So you left half an onion in your fridge and now the stench is so unbearable when you open the door to grab something.

If you don't have baking soda to absorb the smell, then try some coffee grounds to mask the smell with something a little more pleasant. It's the ultimate fridge deodorizer.

So you left half an onion in your fridge and now the stench is so unbearable when you open the door to grab something.

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#9. You don't always have to rely on conventional, and often stinky fertilizer when you're out gardening.

Grounds are an awesome fertilizing substitute because they hold in water, which guarantees your plants will stay hydrated.

#10. If you've just touched something with your hands, like fish, and you can't get the stench off no matter how hard you try, then use coffee grounds.

The grounds not only freshen your hands, but they also act as an exfoliant to make them smoother and cleaner.

If you've just touched something with your hands, like fish, and you can't get the stench off no matter how hard you try, then use coffee grounds.

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