Many people star their morning with a fresh cup of coffee. With every cup of coffee, comes used coffee grounds. These coffee grounds can be reused, and in this article we are showing you how.

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A body scrub made from coffee grounds can be very useful for your skin. Mix coconut oil, brown sugar and coffee grounds. Results will be visible in days.

Roses are acid- loving plants and they will love coffee grounds. Dump some coffee grounds into the flower pot and you will be amazed. Camellias, azaleas, rhododendrons and hydrangeas also love coffee grounds.

  • Ants

Coffee grounds can be used to drive ants in the opposite direction because ants hate the smell of coffee.

  • Snails and slugs

To keep away snails and slugs just spread used coffee grounds. The natural pheromones of coffee can drive away them.

  • Compost

Compounds in the coffee grounds can help to naturally break down compost. It can also draw worm into your compost because worms love the aroma of a good coffee bean.

  • Carron harvesting

Aadding some coffee grounds at planting time, and your carrots will have more energy and they will grow to a fuller potential. This will keep pests away from your carrots.

  • Odors

Cffee grounds can absorb odors, especially odors from foods. Coffee grounds can work much like baking soda in this way. In a container put some used grounds and stow them in the back of the fridge. They will absorb the odors from the food.

  • Abrasive

Coffee grounds can be used to clean your kitchen, because used grounds aren’t so harsh to damage the surface of the kitchen. They are good for grease stains.

  • Golden dye

Used coffee grounds can be used to create a beautiful golden colored dye.

  • Candles

Add some old coffee grounds to a candles wax and the new candles will smell great.

  • Hair care

Old coffee grounds can be used for hair care. Massage some grounds into your hair before washing.

  • Cleaning a fireplace

They can make the process of cleaning the fireplace easy and less messy.

  • Soap

You can actually make a caffeinated soap from coffee grounds.