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Friday, June 30, 2017

Why a company is recycling old coffee grounds to make bed sheets

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Take your coffee to bed. The Australian bedding company Ettitude takes coffee grounds from local cafes to upcycle your morning jolt into their bamboo-coffee sheets. SEE ALSO: Freezing while your partner is sweating? This smart comforter has an answer. The company launched a Kickstarter this month to get the bamboo-coffee blend tucked onto your bed by next month. They claim the coffee blocks odors, wicks away moisture, and keeps your bed fresh.  Not bad for used coffee grounds. Based on the comp.  show all text
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