Wednesday, January 16, 2013

K-Cups as DIY odor remover

Remember my Keurig I got a while back? Well, I made use of all the ground coffee built up after each use.

I started to notice that my trash didn't reek of old banana peels, leftover dinner scraps, or that withered broccoli I never ate. Then I realized the ground coffees were my own DIY odor remover. 

So now I scrape out the grounds from the k-cup and spoon them into a little container. The container sits nicely in between the funky smelling kimchi jar and onion-y salsa eliminating all that odor. Works like a charm.





12 comments:

  1. great blog! Im following u!

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  2. Thanks for the tip! Great blogpost :) xx

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  3. That coffee looks delishhh !
    Thanks for visiting, and the sweet comment ! Followed x

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  4. That's a really handy tip! Would never even think to do something like that.

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  5. good idea! especially since i also have kimchi in my fridge :)
    -- jackiejade.blogspot.com

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  6. Great idea! I usually just use Arm & Hammer.

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  7. i had no idea ground coffee had that effect - this is genius! thanks so much for sharing i'll definitely try this out... odorless trash sounds awesome haha :)

    rachel x
    www.blushandbrunch.com

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  8. Coffee is a great oder
    killer, yes c: Nice DIY!

    xx

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  9. Blog post of the year. Srsly. <33

    I am soooo gonna' pass this on to my brother's coffee-loving GF. :]

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  10. That's a great idea, I always wondered there must be something to do with those. It's a shame to waste them. Thanks for the tip ^^

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