7 Egg Shell Uses That Never Occurred To You


Eggs are one of the most used ingredients in household kitchens. But, the shells are one of the most overlooked ingredients as well!

rumble the shells of eggs and place them around the plants in the garden. They will protect against attacks on small pests such as snails and lizards. The smell of eggs prevents the arrival of unwanted guests in the garden.
  1. Home doctor
The thin membrane located inside the shell can be used as a protection, remedy and preventive when it comes to overgrown nails.
  1. The cheapest plumber
Crush several egg shells and put them into the drain and let the water run, this helps to remove dirt and grease.
  1. Cure against itching
Put egg shells in a jar of apple cider vinegar. Let the mixture stand still for two days. The shells will soften, and the jar’s content will become homogeneous mixture. Use the mixture against skin irritation and itching.‏
  1. Garden Fertilizer
They are rich in calcium as well as other minerals that can make your garden thrive. Crush them into small pieces, and sprinkle them into the hole before you do the planting.
  1. Watering Houseplants
Keep a mason jar full of water and crushed eggshells in your home, water the plant using the eggshell water.
  1. Make your own Sidewalk Chalk
What You need:

10 Empty egg shells
2 Tsp flour
2 Tsp hot water
Food Coloring

Wash and dry the egg shells. Crush the eggshell into a bowl, and grind it up into a small powder. Make sure the pieces are ground. Take out any big pieces before going onto the next step.

Mix the flour and hot water in another bowl. Then add 2 Tbsp eggshell powder and mix into a thick paste.

Add your favorite food coloring, add a drop or two for colored chalk. If you want white chalk do not add anything. Shape the paste into chalk sticks and press into soap molds, if you want white do not add anything.

Let the chalk dry for three full days.

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