Are you one of the millions who can’t get started in the morning without a cup of coffee? You know how to brew the perfect cup, and you savor every drop. But what do you do with those leftover coffee grounds? Probably dump them straight into the trash, right? Well, stop that immediately because there are a dozen ways to recycle those coffee grounds to get more than your money’s worth for them.
Not only will drinking your daily cup, or two, of coffee help brighten your day, but, by saving your coffee grounds, you can also make your life a little easier in other ways. Whether you’re looking for a little extra help in the kitchen, want to spice up your beauty routine, or just need to fix up small areas of your house, this list has the answers you crave.
1. Neutralize odors
Have you noticed a funky odor coming from your refrigerator after you left some fruit way past its prime? Does the smell continue to linger even after you’ve cleaned the inside of the fridge? Dry some leftover coffee grounds, put them in a bowl, and place it in the back of the refrigerator. For the next few days, enjoy the aroma of a cup of coffee every time you open the door. By the time the smell of coffee fades, the offensive odor will be long gone.
2. Scour pots and pans
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