You Will Never Throw Away Used Tea Bags After Watching This

Stop Throwing Out Your Tea Bags! 8 Genius Ways to Reuse Them. After watching this you will never throw away your teabags. The next time you make a cup of tea, keep hold of your teabag instead of throwing it out. Did you know you can use tea bags for much more than giving your warm water some flavour?

Here are the top 8 uses of used tea bags:-

1. Fight Aging Signs.
2. Shiny hair.
3. Soothe Irritated Skin.
4. Use it for whiter nails.
5. Freshen up your fridge.
6. Add Flavor to Pasta & Grains.
7. Feed Your Garden.
8. Deter Household Pests.

Green tea has anti-ageing and antioxidant properties that help improve skin complexion and elasticity.

It even delays signs of skin ageing, such as sagging skin, sun damage, age spots, fine lines and wrinkles.

Shiny hair: Add three or four tea bags to a bowl of warm water and let it soak for a while. After you’ve washed your hair with shampoo, use the tea water to rinse your hair. Cool, moist tea bags are an excellent way to naturally soothe skin irritations. Place them over sore, tired eyes to ease discomfort.

As an alternative to baking soda, place a couple of used tea bags in an open container in your fridge. Hang the pre-brewed bags into a pot of water while it comes to a boil to flavour the water, remove use tea bags, then add your pasta, rice, or other grains.
Re-brew used bags in a bucket of water and use the resulting weak tea to water your plants and protect them from fungal infections.

Deter Household Pests. Mice don’t particularly like the smell of tea. Tuck used tea bags into cupboards, pantries, and in any areas where these pests may enter your home.


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  1. this video is a year ago but i’m hoping someone would answer my question… is it okay to make this but preserve it in any way (refrigerator?) or maybe just on a dry place/container and then use it orrr will molds form or such if i don’t use it immediately?

  2. its not the teabags that will make your nails white its the baking soda stop making tea look like a nail whitener i garantee use no teabags and just the baking soda and it will do the same thing