But did you know those leftover shells can be super helpful too?
Discover six new uses for eggshells that may keep you from putting all your eggs in one basket! 🙂
1) Protect your garden. Sprinkle eggshells around your garden to deter snails and slugs. They hate crawling over sharp pieces of shells.
2) Clean your vases. Scrape off the gunk in hard-to-reach bottles and vases by dropping some crushed shells in the bottle. Add warm water, a drop of dish washing soap and give it a swirl.
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5) Egg your face. Pulverize dried egg shells with a mortar and pedestal, then whisk the powder in with egg whites and use for a healthful, skin-tightening facial. Allow the face mask to dry before rinsing it off.
6) Remove stains. Stained coffee or tea mug got you down? Grind up some shells and drop them in your cup filled with warm water. Let it sit over night and the eggshells will absorb the stain.
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