Sprinkle coffee grounds on your cloth, and scrub away food residues. Coffee grounds may be abrasive, but they won’t harm the surfaces in your home. Keep the grounds away from the cracks, as they may leave stains.Golden dye
If you spill coffee on your white shirt, just re-wet the grounds, and stain feathers, cloth and Easter eggs. Use soaked coffee grounds to turn white paper into ‘antique’ parchment. Seems nice, right?Homemade candles
Turn coffee grounds into homemade candles. You need a small paper coffee cup, a paper towel, a cup of wax candle ends, a wick, scissors, a small saucepan, a glass mixing bowl, and coffee grounds.Clean your fireplace
Coffee grounds can help you clean out your fireplace without getting messy. Just scatter the grounds over the ashes to prevent clouds of smoke from arising. Coffee grounds weigh down ashes, making it easy for you to shovel it.
Use coffee grounds in service of your beauty:Exfoliate skin
Add a tiny bit of warm water or raw oil to your grounds, and scrub your skin.Rejuvenating facial product
Combine equal parts of coffee grounds and organic cocoa powder. Add whole milk/heavy cream and honey. Apply this alpha-hydroxy and antioxidant facial.Caffeinated soap
Caffeine can be absorbed through skin, and you can use it in your soap. Turn coffee grounds in a perfect homemade soap, and enjoy the caffeine kick in the morning.Your hair loves coffee, too
Massage a handful of coffee grounds into your hair to remove any residues without damaging your hair. It’s easy and efficient!Cellulite treatment
Sitting, smoking, and genes can give you an awful cellulite. Combine coffee grounds and warm water, and scrub affected skin areas for 10 minutes. You should notice the first results within a month.