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    A pile of used coffee grounds on a blue plate (they don't look much like coffe grounds really, but trust me, they are :) )

    The Aicher Family and TSFlanery added this photo to their favorites.

    1. nic2032 73 months ago | reply

      Fertalizer. Old coffee grounds make great fertilizer for house plants and gardens. Don't use too much though.

    2. redbumblebee2000 73 months ago | reply

      coffee grounds can be composted! also, you can make a body wrap/scrub to help reduce the appearance of cellulite.

    3. prairie.shadow 72 months ago | reply

      amazingly enough, i read the other day that cops use dried coffee grounds to burn at crime scenes to ease the odor

      add some to your favorite lotion or body butter to make super soft skin

    4. Woodi2008 67 months ago | reply

      I add some to my handmade soap, for a gentle exfoliating effect. It also removes odors like onion or fish, when you wash your hands with it.

    5. blair_smith 60 months ago | reply

      Hi, nice shot!

      I am using this photo in a blog post for Clean Air Gardening, under your terms for creative license. When the blog posts about coffee grounds in your compost, your photo and attributions will post, too.

      If you want me to replace the photo, just let me know and I can replace it right away! Thanks!

    6. Just some dust 42 months ago | reply

      What a pleasing photo.

      Thanks for the CC license. I used this in a blog post about a clever use for coffee grounds.

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