There are plenty of uses for old coffee grounds, you know. So don’t just throw them away after every brew. From how to cure cellulite to how to keep cats out of the garden, weirdly enough, old coffee grounds can be the answer.
These interesting life hacks might sound crazy, but they really work. There really is no end of uses for the old ground-up coffee bean dust that we all just throw away each day. So don’t chuck it all away next time, store it up. You might just find a great way to reuse it!
Let’s take a look through fourteen fantastic ways to get the most out of our waste. Some of these might surprise you… Hey – we were right about the natural way to remove skin tags, weren’t we? Sure we were. So check these out too:
Help Fight Cellulite
Mixed with oil, coffee grounds work wonders with cellulitis. Just mix the two ingredients together and apply. Wait a few minutes and rinse off. Repeat daily if possible. Soon? You’ll notice the difference.
Rich in nutrients, coffee beans contain nitrogen, potassium and phosphorous, all of which are brilliant for encouraging plant growth.
Coffee attracts worms (and you want worms…). So sprinkle the grounds into your compost – you won’t regret it.
Keep Away Snails
You don’t want snails in your garden eating everything. Toss coffee grounds about the place, it’ll keep them away.
Ants hate the stuff too!
Guess what? Wasps aren’t fans either. Burn the grounds and the smell drives them away.
Fed up of felines all over your garden? Sprinkle liberally!
Make Your Own Coffee Soap!
Not only does it tighten skin as with the cellulite cure, the grounds are great for exfoliating as well.
Keep some in your fridge to keep away nasty pongs.
Struggling to clean a pan? They’re ideal for this kind of work too.
Conditioner for darker hair
Seriously! It keep dark hair radiant and shiny…
Clean Your Grills
Clean as a whistle.
Remove Bags Under Eyes
Yep. Again, apply with oil and rinse.
So, there you go! Keep those old coffee grounds… They’re little miracles!