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Do NOT throw away your used coffe grounds!!! Here is what you can do!!!

Most people love coffee.  The average person in the U.S. drinks about two cups of coffee per day—that’s 730 cups a year. Coffee is a major source of antioxidants. Antioxidants fight free radicals in your body that make you age faster. Scientists have discovered (here) that one serving of coffee a day will give you more antioxidants than a serving of blueberries.

If you brew your own coffee,  you get  a lot of  used coffee grounds. Here are a few  of reasons not to toss your coffee grounds and to use them in your household.

9 Surprising Ways to Reuse Coffee Grounds

1. Fridge Deodorizer

Keep them in the fridge or freezer instead of baking soda to eliminate odors.

2. Hide Furniture Scratches
3.  Antiaging coffee mask

●  2 tablespoons used organic coffee grounds
●  1/2 teaspoon celtic sea salt
●  1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
●  1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oilDirections

Mix all ingredients well together. Apply onto the face and leave on for 20 minutes. Rinse off with warm water.

5. Fertilizer.

Add your coffee grounds to your garden to provide your plants with extra nutrients.

6.Keep Ants Away

Sprinkle grounds around your entryways.

7. Remove Cooking Odors From Your Hands.

Simply rub coffee grounds onto your hands before washing.

8. De-Grease Pots And Pans

Rub used coffee grounds onto dirty cookware using a scouring pad.

9. Rejuvenate Your Tan

To rejuvenate your tan, just add a cup of water to your old coffee grounds and boil them. Once it is cool, rub it all over your body, soak it in for about 15 minutes, and then rinse off.