Step 2: Cleaning

Clean windows, mirrors, and chrome.... coffee filters are lint-free so they'll leave windows sparkling!
<p>Make Coffee!! - Use a nice, fine, Drip Coffee brand. Heat the water to just under boiling. Put the spoon in, so the bag doesn't boil over, then put the bag in. Cover with something so it won't cool too much &amp; leave for 5-10 min. - You can leave it soaking longer if you leave it on one of those tiny 1-cup hot-plates. Squeeze it out &amp; add your sugar &amp; cream (opt). Just like Fresh-Dripped. Yumm! :-9</p>
<p>Actually I DID mean use it as a single bag- </p>
<p>Coffee filters make great snowflakes. A round filter folds and cuts nicely. I you can use regular size filters or filters for a 4 cup coffee maker.</p>
I use coffee filters to drain my oil after frying I put a coffee filter in a small strainer and place that into a cup of some sort and let drain gets all theose little things out of the oil.. learned that from my mama....
Oh wow! I have those shoes!
I've used them to line flower pots when repotting indoor house plants so water flows into the saucer when watering from above but soil won't. They won't last forever, of course, but when they've decomposed enough that soil begins to flow through into the saucer, you'll know it's time to check the roots getting potbound. Your plants will appreciate it.
I use them to help with drainage in the bottom of house plants, with or without small rocks or gravel. Works wonderfully
I'm surprised this hasn't been pointed out yet, but you misspelled &quot;Snack&quot; on the title of step 11. You may want to check that out. :)
I probably should have mentioned this first, but this is also a very nice instructable! I would have never thought of any of this. :)
I used them to cover the intakes on laptops in the middle east ... kept 90% of the dust out but let the air through
Coffee filters are good to place in the bottom of a planter to cover the holes before adding gravel or potting soil to keep soil from running out.
Thats a great idea!
Wear it as a yamaka!
Simple, yet brilliant ideas! I'll certainly favourite this one! Thanks :)
that's true. What a nice and good idea.. thank you .<br><br><br>http://www.deep-spiritual-awakening.com/selfgrowth/<br>
i use coffee filters to make home made cream cheeses by filtering sour milk, yogurt and alike milk products. The liquid i save in a glass is great to use in breads and cupcakes, it makes them super soft and fluffy.

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