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4 Brilliant Ways to Reuse Used Coffee Grounds  
Used coffee grounds. farmersalmanac.com
Thursday, 06 December, 2018 | 15:08 WIB
4 Brilliant Ways to Reuse Used Coffee Grounds  

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Did you know that coffee grounds, used or fresh ones, could be used for things other than making the beverage helping you wake up in the morning? Here are 4 beneficial uses of used coffee grounds:1. Face Scrub

Coffee scrub. stylecraze.com

A coffee scrub might be the alternative to make use of your used coffee grounds that help exfoliate dead skin cell on your face. This coffee scrub works with your body to produce new skin cells. Stylecaster suggests mixing 3 tablespoon coffee grounds, 1 tablespoon of natural oil, and 1 tablespoon of brown sugar. 2. Air Freshener Remember the old coffee grounds you bought last month but did not have the time to drink it? You can use it as air fresheners since it could still emit unique coffee scents and absorb unpleasant smells. Simply fill a clean old sock with the coffee grounds, tie it, and hang it on a corner of a room. 3. Mosquito Repellent 

Burnt used coffee grounds for mosquito repellent. edrugsearch.com

Burning your dry coffee grounds can help repel mosquitos away since most bugs have a strong sense of smell. Coffee grounds itself are strong, imagine it being burned; it will produce an even stronger smell to keep mosquitos away. 4. Garbage Disposals Cleaner 

Adding coffee ground mixture (coffee grounds, Epsom salts, baking soda, and vinegar) to clean your garbage disposal. It will eliminate the awful smell in your kitchen sink. 

RICKY M N



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