Saturday, 31 October 2020

[] Don't Throw Out Old Coffee Grounds, Here Are 19 Reasons Why


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19 Amazing Uses for Old Coffee Grounds

19 Creative Ways to Reuse Coffee Grounds

  1. Mix all the ingredients together.
  2. Apply the mask to your face in the morning.
  3. Allow it to dry between for 15-20 minutes.
  4. Wash the mask off in the shower, scrubbing very gently over the skin surface while rinsing.
19 Creative Ways to Reuse Coffee Grounds

  1. Gather all the ingredients together 
  2. Fill a small saucepan with 1 cup of water, topping the metal or glass edges of the bowl to create a double boiler.
  3. Place over medium heat.
  4. Mix the soap into the bowl and let it melt completely with the aid of the steam from the boiling water below. This process should take you a few minutes
  5. Lightly grease 4 rounds of a muffin tin while the soap is melting.
  6. Pour a small spoonful of coffee grounds at the base of each muffin tin.
  7. Turn off the heat as soon as the soap becomes liquid.
  8. Add the vanilla, and add 1 teaspoon of the coffee grounds.
  9. Stir in the powdered milk.
  10. Carefully pour the soapy mixture into the muffin tin, filling each round to the top..
  11. Allow it to cool for several hours, and then scoop them out with a butter knife.
  12. Wrap in parchment paper and enjoy your wonderful smelling soaps.
19 Creative Ways to Reuse Coffee Grounds

  1. Fill a large bowl with 1 cup of coffee grounds and 1 ½ cups of coarse sea salt, and then stir.
  2. Stir in the cup of oil and about 5-15 drops of essential oils into a bowl. You can use cinnamon, lemon or Eucalyptus for the essential oils They all work very well. 
  3. Store the mixture in an airtight jar, and use the scrub as needed. 
19 Creative Ways to Reuse Coffee Grounds

19 Creative Ways to Reuse Coffee Grounds

19 Creative Ways to Reuse Coffee Grounds

19 Creative Ways to Reuse Coffee Grounds

  1. Measure and add the coffee grounds, Epsom salts, and baking soda to the mixing bowl.
  2. Slowly add the vinegar, which will bubble once it interacts with the baking soda.
  3. Add a little bit at a time until the mixture resembles wet sand.
  4. Add a little vanilla for a pleasant smell to the tiny garbage disposal cleaners.
  5. Cover a sheet pan with parchment paper, and use a rounded measuring spoon or melon baller to create the cleaners.
  6. Scoop the mixture and then press against the side of the bowl, packing the coffee ground filter together, and then tap onto the parchment-covered sheet pan. 
  7. Let the cleaners dry overnight and then place in a coffee cup next to your sink.
  8. Drop one down your drain, turn on your garbage disposal and then the faucet.  
  9. You should have about 30 mini garbage disposal cleaners in total. 
19 Creative Ways to Reuse Coffee Grounds

19 Creative Ways to Reuse Coffee Grounds

  1. Stir the oatmeal, flaxseed, and coffee granules together in a medium bowl until thoroughly mixed.
  2. Add the almond butter, honey and vanilla.
  3. Fold in the chocolate chips and cranberries once everything is combined, and stir well.  
  4. Allow the mixture to chill in the fridge for 20 minutes.  
  5. Roll them into tiny balls after they finished chilling.
  6. Store in an airtight container in the fridge for no later than 1 week.
19 Creative Ways to Reuse Coffee Grounds

19 Creative Ways to Reuse Coffee Grounds

  1. In order to create the base of he candle, add 1 cup of wax candle remnants to a small metal or heat-safe glass bowl.
  2. Place the remnants over the top of a small saucepan, and fill it halfway with water. This should give you a double boiler.
  3. Allow the water to a simmer and observe carefully until the wax has completely melted. The process should take about 5 minutes or so.
  4. Clean the paper coffee cup thoroughly and wipe it down to make sure it's dry.
  5. Place the coffee grounds in a paper towel, and squeeze to release any extra liquid.
  6. Place the wick in the center of the cup, and sprinkle a layer of the coffee grounds at the base. 
  7. Gently pour in half of the melted wax over the coffee grounds, while saving the rest of the wax for the top of the candle.
  8. Allow the wax to harden for 20 minutes.
  9. Add the cooled wax with extra spoonful of coffee grounds to create the second layer of the candle.
  10. Reheat the wax in the double boiler, and top off the candle.
  11. Allow the candle to cool off for about an hour.
  12. Cut away to reveal the finished candle.
  13. Smooth the edges with a paper towel if needed, and trim the end of the wick to fit the candle. Enjoy.
19 Creative Ways to Reuse Coffee Grounds

  1. Wash the fabric beforehand.
  2. Wash and dry the fabric to remove any excess dirt and oil, which can keep the dye from penetrating evenly. This step is especially important on brand new fabrics that are coated with a finishing spray.
  3. Place a large pot on your cooktop. You will need a pot that is large enough to submerge your fabric. A regular stockpot will do just fine.  
  4. Prepare several pots of coffee and pour into a larger pot, one cup at a time. You will need a large amount of coffee to cover the fabric completely once it is placed in the pot. 
  5. You can achieve darker color fabrics with a stronger coffee brew.. 
  6. If you plan on preparing several batches of coffee, you will need to fill the stockpot with water and allow the instant coffee to dissolve inside. 
  7. Bring to a boil after pouring all of your freshly prepared coffee into the pot.
  8. Turn the heat off once the coffee reaches a full boil.
  9. Add the fabric to the stockpot.
  10. Submerge the fabric together into the stockpot after you've turned the heat off and the coffee has stopped bubbling.
  11. Get rid of any air pockets by stirring the coffee grounds with a wooden spoon for a few seconds or so. 
  12. Allow the fabric to steep for about a half hour, and longer if you desire a deeper tint. 
  13. Rinse the dyed fabric under cold water in the sink. Once the water runs clear, the excess dye has been removed. 
  14. Alternatively, if you still want the fabric to be a darker color after rinsing it, you can bring your coffee dye back to a boil and steep the fabric again. 
  15. Beware, the coffee dye may stain your pot if you don't drain it and wash immediately after the dyeing process is finished.
  16. Gently wash the fabric.
  17. Wash the fabric infrequently and use a mild detergent such as Woolite to protect against fading. 
19 Creative Ways to Reuse Coffee Grounds

19 Creative Ways to Reuse Coffee Grounds

  1. Place the steel wool and coffee grounds in the container, and fill it with the vinegar.
  2. Allow it to sit for 24 hours. 
  3. The vinegar should begin to dissolve the steel wool at this point.
  4. The coffee grounds will give the stain a bit of a brownish color.
  5. Take a plastic glove, and fish the steel wool out of the container.
  6. Rub the steel wool all over the piece of wood, dipping it back into the container for more liquid as necessary.
  7. Coffee grounds will be all over the floor, but don't worry about the mess, you can just wipe it after it becomes dry.
  8. Allow the first coat dry for about 1 hour and then do a second layer. Congrats, job well done. 
19 Creative Ways to Reuse Coffee Grounds

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19 Creative Ways to Reuse Coffee Grounds

  1. Add all the dry ingredients together, followed by 1 cup of boiling water, and stir.  
  2. Allow the mixture to sit for awhile so it thickens.
  3. Stir some more, and presto, you now have a pleasant non-toxic smelling Playdough substance.
19 Creative Ways to Reuse Coffee Grounds

19 Creative Ways to Reuse Coffee Grounds


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