In fact, coffee is a multi-purpose plant. Coffee beans can be roasted and turned into coffee drinks, coffee peels can be used as tea, and coffee pulp can also be made into wine or perfume. Even coffee grounds also have many uses, let's learn how to use coffee grounds today!
1. natural deodorant dehumidifier
Coffee grounds have the ability to dehumidify and deodorize the effect of moisture, you can put coffee grounds in a non-woven tea bag, put in the toilet, shoe cabinet or refrigerator deodorant.
2. Natural Fertilizer
Coffee grounds contain nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and other nutrients, as well as small amounts of magnesium and copper, potassium, magnesium and copper elements, which can make plants grow healthier. First, coffee grounds should be buried in the soil or sealed and fermented for 3-5 months to become a fully rotted fertilizer before use. Mix 20-25% of coffee grounds into the compost pile, or apply fertilizer to the surface of the soil every two weeks.
3. Natural coloring agent
Coffee grounds are one of the main materials used to make brown dye, and it is a natural pigment that is very safe.
4. Natural Aromatherapy
Boil soy wax in water and melt it into a liquid, add 1-2 teaspoons of coffee grounds and pour it into a container with a cotton wick. The soy candle will give off a light coffee aroma when lit.