9 Surprising Ways to Reuse Coffee Grounds

A great many people love coffee. The normal individual in the U.S. drinks around two cups of every day—that is 730 glasses a year. Coffee is a real wellspring of cell reinforcements. Cell reinforcements battle free radicals in your body that make you age speedier.

Researchers have found (here) that one serving of coffee a day will provide for you a bigger number of cell reinforcements than a serving of blueberries.


On the off chance that you brew your own coffee,  you get  a considerable measure of  utilized coffee beans. Here are a couple of reasons not to throw your coffee blend and to utilize them as a part of your family.

1. Refrigerator Deodorizer

Keep them in the refrigerator or cooler as opposed to baking soda to take out smells.

2. Hide Furniture Scratches

  • 2 tablespoons utilized natural espresso blend
  • 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1/2 teaspoon celtic ocean salt
  • 1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil


Combine all fixings well. Apply onto the face and leave on for 20 minutes. Wash off with warm water.

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5. Fertilizer

Add your coffee blend to your arrangement to furnish your plants with additional supplements.

6. Keep Ants Away

Sprinkle grounds around your gateways.

7. Expel Cooking Odors From Your Hands.

Essentially rub coffee beans onto your hands before washing.

8. De-Grease Pots and Pans

Rub utilized coffee grounds onto messy cookware utilizing a scouring pad.

9. Restore Your Tan

Source: livingtraditionally.com