Here are some different coffee ideas, besides for your morning cup of joe. *Put some used or fresh coffee grounds in a bowl and sit in the back of the refrigerator or freezer to keep odors at bay *Pour cold left over coffee in ice cube trays, you can use them for chilling iced coffee without diluting it. *Rid dirty hands of dirt, grime and odors by scrubbing them with some used coffee grounds and liquid soap. * Keep ants away by spreading used coffee grounds where they are congregating (works for slugs too). *Fertilize-the nitrogen in used coffee grounds can help fertilize plants requiring acidic soil, such as roses and hydrangeas. *A mixture of coffee grounds and orange peels can work to keep pests out of your garden. *To get rid of shoe odor, place an open sandwich cag of coffee grounds inside a pair of shoes for 24 hours. *Coffee grounds are great for composting. * Before cleaning a fireplace, sprinkle any leftover ashes with coffee grounds to prevent dust and ash from polluting the air in the room. *One last tip, NEVER put coffee grounds in your garbage disposal. De Hart Plumbing, serving Manhattan Kansas, Junction City Kansas and Wamego Kansas.
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