This video provides not one, not two, but three helpful ways to make use of these grounds, so that you are not making a mess of your kitchen or vehicle. Reusing your coffee grounds also saves valuable space at local landfills. Collecting these grounds and using them for a variety of purposes is environmentally conscious, so grab a jar and start to gather your grounds, instead of allowing them to take up trash space. Did you know that your coffee grounds can be used during the exfoliation process? All you need to do is take your old coffee grounds that you were going to throw away anyway and mix it with coconut oil or coconut oil to create an inexpensive exfoliate. This mixture is able to be used on both the face and body. Caffeine is also proven to reduce occurrence of cellulite.
Coffee grounds are also especially useful for those who grow their own plants at home. I’ll bet you didn’t know that coffee grounds could function as a great fertilizer. Simply take the coffee ground and mix them in with the plant’s soil. The minerals contained within the grounds will help your plants reach their true growth potential and enrich the soil, so give it a try as soon as possible.
Last but certainly not least, coffee grounds can be used to make your sink a cleaner place. The coffee grounds’ abrasiveness works well for tough to clean areas. It is as easy as putting some coffee grounds into your sink, mixing them up with water and soap and letting them do their job. Once you’ve tried it, you will see how much simpler it is to keep your sink clean with the help of an item you would have normally thrown away.