Have you ever been wondering what to do with unused coffee? To appreciate the value of coffee one doesn’t have to be a passionate coffee drinker. It could be coffee beans, a cup of coffee or even used coffee grounds that can make your life easier when used smartly.
Alternative coffee usage can provide you an inexpensive way to complete a variety of household tasks – be it in the garden, for decoration or in the kitchen. Used coffee grounds could also be a great choice for those preferring natural cosmetics. Moreover since you reuse the coffee this zero waste habit supports sustainability and thus helps to protect the environment.
So next time you brew a pot, remember that the used coffee grounds can continue to be useful even after you have finished your energiser. It is mainly the texture of coffee grounds that one can utilize to scrub any surface. By using them for exfoliating you can easily get rid of dead skin. The grainy texture will also make it much easier to remove the greasy dirt from your grill.
In turn unused coffee grounds are exceptional in absorbing any odour. When in need of deodorising your fridge or getting rid of stinky hands after using garlic or salmon, coffee grounds are the right choice.
Other characteristics one can make use of are the acidity and dyeing performance. To get to know how, check out the following info-graphic by Market-Inspector that rounds up 12 tips how to use coffee in unusual yet useful way.