You can make a great fertilizer for your plants from coffee grounds. This mixture is very rich in nutrients, containing nitrogen, potassium and phosphorus.
2. Goodbye Cellulite
Most anti-cellulite creams you find for sale are actually made from caffeine. So before you go around spending a buck, try applying a mixture of coffee grounds and olive oil to the problem areas. You will achieve a similar effect by spending much less.
Worms love coffee grounds. Although it sounds disgusting, this is a super idea. If you put the rest of your coffee in your compost, many worms will be drawn there. Best of all, coffee softens the rotten smell of the compost pile, and also keeps the mixture warm and moist.
4. Against snails
Snails hate coffee. If you want to protect your garden, simply scatter some leftover coffee on the ground and bid farewell to unwanted snail visits.
5. Against ants
The smell of coffee is so strong that the ants get confused and can’t find their way through their dear, well-kept garden. Lost, the pussies do no damage.
6. Against wasps
Wasps also have a bad relationship with the smell of coffee. But in this case, it is not enough to just spread the dust somewhere. You will have to group the dregs in a pot, and then set the remaining coffee on fire. Attention: Use a flame resistant container. The result will be steam that will set any wasp to run, and this will not pose any health hazards to those nearby.
7. Cat Fight
Apart from separating angry cats, coffee grounds also keep them in check. By scattering some of the dust in strategic places, cats will understand that this is an invisible barrier and will stay away.
The firming effect of coffee, shown in tip # 2, also has other uses. In addition to ridding your skin of the notorious cellulite, this product is also great if used as a peel. So get to work: search the Internet for instructions on how to make bar soaps and start your production now!
9. In the fridge
After some time of use, it is normal for the refrigerator to start to accumulate odors. Everything that is placed inside leaves your mark to a greater or lesser extent. In this case, coffee grounds are a great ally in neutralizing these unwanted smells. To do this, simply place a glass of leftover dust on one of the shelves.
The rest of coffee can be used for cleaning. The small grains act as a natural detergent for cleaning pots and pans by gently rubbing each part of them. Here the gain is twofold: you save money and protect the environment by avoiding the use of chemicals!
Your hair only has to gain from the use of this energizing and nourishing product! Rubbing the coffee grounds on your hair will make them stronger and brighter. But beware: this technique is only recommended for people with brown or black hair.
12. Against dark circles
Coffee not only helps you wake up, it also helps you look less finished. Mix some coffee with a little bit of olive oil, carefully put it under your eyes, and get ready for your beauty day!
13. Barbecue Skewer Rust
After a barbecue, the rust of the skewers burns, stinks, and leaves the whole family fighting over who will clean up the mess. But the solution is simple: put some of the coffee grounds on a sponge and rub the skewer. Then rinse with warm water. That old metal will surely shine again!
14. Against Fleas
Is your dog scratching and are you out of money to buy flea medicine? Your problems are over! Just use leftover coffee on your best friend, rubbing the dust all over your body. As a result, the fleas go away, and the puppy smells. 🙂