When you buy eggs, you not only get the egg insides but the shells and carton!
Its three in one deal really. But most people don't see it like that. They only use the insides and throw the rest out. We are here to tell you that you can save money, be more environmentally friendly and reuse eggshells and cartons in ways that can really benefit you! You've paid for all three so why not use them to the fullest? If you throw your eggshells into the compost, we applaud you. Awesome work, but did you know that this is more you can do with them? Just keep reading.
Bugs, we all deal with them differently, but eggshells can really come in handy, plus they are essentially free and are not a chemical cocktail. Roughly crush up the eggshells and sprinkle it around your plants. Bugs that crawl will be cut by the rough, sharp edges or go elsewhere as they see the beds are booby-trapped!
Loaded with calcium and silica eggshells are an awesome way to give your garden that extra boost. You can whenever you have some shells on hand either crush or blend them and sprinkle it around the base of your plants, trees and veggies. Or if you are planting new things in your garden sprinkle some of the eggshell powder into the hole before you put the plant in.
If you're game enough, blend up some eggshells into a fine powder and add some coconut oil to it. There you have it, your own natural body scrub.
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