11 Kinda Amazing Things You Can Do With Coffee Filters
Aside from making coffee
Coffee filters: You know them as the little paper cones that get you from uggggh to ready to face the day. But did you know you can also use them to clean your windows? Or degrease your pizza? Or buff your boots? Here, 11 totally brilliant ways to use them all day long.
Clean your windows
So streak-free, the birds will be fooled.
Make an air freshener
Fill 'em up with baking soda and tie 'em with a bow.
Prevent rust on a cast-iron skillet
Whenever your skillet isn’t in use, spread out a filter in the center to suck up harmful moisture.
Line potted plants
It’ll prevent soil from escaping out through the drainage hole.
Spread oil in a pan
Or grease up a baking dish super fast.
Protect stacked China
Put a filter between each piece to guard against scratches.
Serve as an Impromptu Strainer
Works on food, old paint thinner, whatever.
Degrease fried foods
It’ll do a better job than a napkin.
Make those ankle boots shine.
Take off nail polish
Works way better than tissues or cotton balls--try it!
Dampen and wipe it across the ears to get rid of the stringy stuff.