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This Deodorizer Can Get Rid Of All Odors At Home

It can do more than wake you up in the morning

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It's impossible to run out of reasons to love coffee. Whether you enjoy brewing your own batch or you buy ready-to-drink packs, your household most likely produces a significant amount of grounds and it would be devastating to let it all go to waste. 

Proving coffee beans' versatility and importance, we've found a useful solution for it—you can use it as an all-purpose deodorizer. 

Just like baking soda, the beans have the ability to absorb foul odors and kill floating bacteria. The best part? It's so easy to make, too! All you have to do is let used coffee beans dry out, put them in an old container and poke holes on the lid. 


Once you're done, you can put it anywhere that needs to be odorless—the refrigerator, your shoe closet, the bathroom or even in the recyling bin! Who knew there was a free substitute to expensive air fresheners? 

SOURCE: idreamofclean.net—Coffee Grounds Can Be Used as a Deodorizer

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