If You’re Tired Of Throwing Away Used Coffee Granules, You Could Try These Ingenious Tricks

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Many of us love nothing more than getting a fix of coffee in the morning to kick-start our days. And as well as providing an injection of energy, several studies suggest that coffee can also reduce the chances of heart failure, liver cancer, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s, depression and type two diabetes. However, there are many more uses for this versatile product that you might not know about – including some particularly creative cleaning solutions.

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20. Composter and fertilizer

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Coffee grounds make an excellent addition to a compost pile. After all, they’re loaded with nitrogen – an essential component in helping waste matter break down. And a sprinkling of coffee granules won’t just aid the decomposing process for your garden and household waste: its powerful aroma will also help to hide the stench of the compost heap.

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