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14 Surprising Things You Can Do With Coffee Grounds

We officially LOVE coffee!

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    Coffee can do just more than wake you up! Here's what you didn't know you could do with coffee grounds!
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    1. Plants love coffee! You can use your old coffee grounds as mulch for plants.

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    2. Ants hate coffee! You can also sprinkle coffee grounds around ant mounds to deter them.

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    3. Cats and Coffee don't mix! Keep the neighbors cats out of your garden by sprinkling coffee grounds around any plants they’re attracted to!

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    4. Carrots and coffee DO mix! Mix their seeds with dried coffee grounds.

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    5. Make cleaning your fireplace easier by sprinkling dampened used coffee grounds in the fireplace before cleaning!

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    6. Make a sepia dye with old coffee grounds by soaking them in hot water. Use the dye for fabrics, paper, or even Easter Eggs!

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    7. New car smell! Make an air freshener for your car out of old coffee grounds by cutting the leg off of an old pair of nylon stockings!

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    8. Deodorize your fridge by sprinkling used coffee grounds inside

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    9. Bye Cellulite! Mix an egg white with the day’s used coffee grounds, warm it up in the microwave, and then spread the gooey concoction on your problem areas!

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    10. Exfoliating with coffee grounds can help stimulate blood flow!

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    11. Rinsing hair in coffee to rejuvenate their color!

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    12. Cheap facelift! Mix a quarter cup of coffee grounds with one egg white, and then spread the mixture over your face!

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    13. Tan!! Add a cup of water to your old coffee grounds and boil them. Once it is cool, rub it all over your body!

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    14. Snail repellent! Use old coffee grounds to poison or remove them from areas!

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