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Used coffee grounds are the waste product from brewing coffee. In the late 19th century, used coffee grounds were used to adulterate pure coffee. In gardens ...

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10 Uses for Coffee Grounds. Stash the leftovers from your morning pot of joe for these clever household uses. By Jennifer Stimpson of This Old House magazine.

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Sep 2, 2014 ... Sprinkle used coffee grounds around your plants to protect them against destructive garden pests like ants, snails, and slugs. It has even been ...

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Sep 27, 2014 ... Adding coffee grounds will reduce the pH level and give you bright blue .... Instead of baking soda, use a box of used coffee grounds to absorb ...

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Apr 20, 2015 ... Used coffee grounds are even useful when it comes to beauty routines, proving to be an effective exfoliant for cleansing your face, and and can ...

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Jun 6, 2017 ... Many people throw away their used coffee grounds but you can use them for compost, gardening, around the house and many DIY crafts.

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Sep 29, 2016 ... If you enjoy making cups of coffee for yourself at home, then you'll find yourself with an endless supply of old coffee grounds. It's best to not let ...

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Perk up your skin and hair with these beauty uses for your coffee grounds.

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Coffee grounds are very easy to recycle or reuse and have many creative uses. Check out HiLine's top 6 uses for coffee grounds, from cleaning to crafts.

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Feb 2, 2017 ... Make coffee ground "tea." Add two cups of used coffee grounds to a five-gallon bucket of water. Let the "tea" steep for a few hours or overnight.