5 Ways To Repurpose Coffee Grounds In Honor Of Earth Day
Your coffee is secretly a jack of all trades. After you've perked up from your morning joe, try upcycling your coffee grounds with any or all of these five ways:
1. Make A Smarter Body Scrub
Mix your coffee grounds with coconut oil, sea salt, honey, and cinnamon to make an exfoliating and hydrating body scrub. A smarter body scrub if you will.
2. Homemade Electrified Fertilizer
Give your garden some extra pep. Rich in nitrogen, used coffee grounds are a sustainable way to bring your plants to life.
3. All-Natural Drain Cleaner
Mix your used coffee grounds with a cup or two of hot water and pour down the train to slough off food particles stuck to your drain. Let hot water run down your train for an additional 15-20 seconds to make sure the coffee grinds rinse completely.
4. Caffeinated Compost
Your compost never smelled so good. Mix your used coffee grounds in with a compost to create a nutrient-rich, aromatic soil.
5. Fridge Deodorizer
You know the smell of dark chocolate and cinnamon when you open your bag of NeuroRoast Classic? Imagine smelling that every time you open your fridge. Place your used coffee grounds in a small mason jar with the top off in the fridge to naturally absorb food odors. Consider the game changed.
We're committed to being as eco-friendly as possible, which is why we offer environmentally-friendly coffee equipment like our reusable k-cups and waste-free pour over drippers.
You can reach out to us any time at email@example.com or on social media @NeuroRoast to ask us about how NeuroRoast strives to do right by the planet. After all, our products are made with 100% earth-grown ingredient. It's only fair.