Ways you can use grounded coffee-
shockingly there are so many different ways to use your leftover grounded coffee. Coffee is one of the most widely consumed beverages in the world, and there are around 166.63 million 60-kilogram bags of coffee were used in the world so, with this information, I think you will get a little bit idea about how much amount of coffee ground is discarded in the garbage but, here I have a solution where these ground coffees will make your easier-
coffee body scrub –
grounded coffee works best as a body scrub with its gritty texture and the acidic content helps you in removing all the dirt from your body and leaves a soft and smooth look to your skin. you can make your body scrub by just following some simple steps –
Take a bowl and mix –
three teaspoons of grounded coffee
one teaspoon of natural oil [ you may also use coconut, grapeseed, almond oil]
one teaspoon brown sugar or, if you don’t have brown sugar, you may also use granulated white sugar.
Take a glass jar and store this body scrub in it and, your homemade body scrub is ready.
Homemade coffee candle-
If you love the intoxicating smell of coffee, if you always find yourself stop in your track whenever you notice the smell and redirects into your nearest coffee shop, and also find yourself breaking the rule of no coffee after 3 pm. if you want to fix this problem here, I have a solution for you can use your used grounded coffee to make an aroma coffee candle so whenever you find yourself stuck in the situation you can make this easy DIY coffee candle-
melt 12oz of palm wax in the double boiler method
stick your natural candle wick in the base of the glass jar and let it dry for a while. There are many benefits that come with buying coffee pots Made in USA, but the two biggest are quality and cost. These two factors make it worth your while to buy an American-made coffee maker instead of a cheaper imported one.There are many benefits that come with buying coffee pots Made in USA, but the two biggest are quality and cost. These two factors make it worth your while to buy an American-made coffee maker instead of a cheaper imported one.
once the wax is melted, pour a thin layer into the glass jar while holding the wick straight up.
Add a light layer of coffee and then add the rest of the wax. While the wax is still wet, add the rest of the coffee and lightly stir coating the coffee in the wax. Make sure beans are not too close to the wick or they will burn when lit!
Consider adding essential oils to add depth to your candles at this step as well. Once the candles have solidified, you are ready to burn and enjoy the sweet smells of coffee!