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Other Uses for Coffee Filters?

July 11th, 2009 at 08:15 am


I can see that you could also tie them up & use them to make up your own tea blends after you've mixed your favorite decoction.

I've written before that my Hubster prefers these paper filters, while I prefer the metal ones. This makes having the paper ones on hand not seem so wasteful!

6 Responses to “Other Uses for Coffee Filters?”

  1. Joan.of.the.Arch Says:

    "Slide the wooden stick of a Popsicle through a coffee filter to catch drips." If you understand that one, could you explain it to me? I can't think of any drips I'd want to catch with a coffee filter on a Popsicle stick. (???)

  2. dmontngrey Says:

    Joan - the drips from the popsicle itself! They will fall on the coffee filter and not on the little hands holding the popsicle stick. Smile

  3. Aleta Says:

    That was an informative link Lux. What a great idea for popsicles. My DIL will love that one.

    I wonder if you couldn't use a filter to plant seeds?

  4. six Says:

    Coffee filter can be used to wipe wine glasses or any other kind of glasses.
    I also use coffee filters to line the inside of my glass/china ware while stacking them together.

  5. Joan.of.the.Arch Says:

    Of course! The popsicle drips! Well, that's one reading comprehension test I failed. Big Grin

  6. six Says:

    Ha ha ha. I had to read the explanation of the coffee filter as a drip catcher as well. Ugh I think that one is too much hassle. What fun is eating a popsicle with a coffee filter for a "drip catcher"? That poor kid would be bullied. natch.

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