Trash to Treasure: 10 Uses for Old Coffee Grounds
Wait! Do not swill the coffee grounds out into the sink. Trust me, coffee grounds has its unique uses that you’ve never think of.
Old coffee grounds can be used for absorbing odors in the refrigerator, the washroom, even in your shoes.
Fertilize Your Garden
If you grow roses, jasmines, hydrangeas or other acid-loving plants, then the old coffee grounds may be the best fertilizer.
Mix coffee grounds and honey together to create a scrub for your face or body to keep your skin smooth and clean. Also, you can also use it to dislodge the black eye socket.
Rub the grounds into your hair before shampooing and conditioning, which will make your hair glossy and shiny.
Old coffee grounds are able to dye your fabric and pepper. Also, you can make a beautiful painting with it.
Add old coffee grounds into your homemade soap. This can help you easily remove stains and dirt.
Do you love the smell of coffee? Then you can make candles at home with old coffee grounds.
Grow Your Own Mushrooms
Grow the funnest fungi with some used coffee grounds.
Increase Carrot Harvest
Mix coffee grounds with the carrot seeds before planting will make it easy to sow and also keep pest away.
Remove Furniture Stains
Warm water and old coffee grounds, this magical mixture helps you remove scratches on your wooden furniture.
Enjoy your cup of coffee at home, and then try this 10 uses of old coffee grounds.