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Coffee grounds have long been part of our six compost bins. They help with aeration and are said to deter slugs. My used coffee grounds do not show them to be more neutral than acidic, using three different pH meters.
Found this online:
Many people feel that coffee grounds lower the pH (or raise the acid level) of soil, which is good for acid loving plants. But this is only true for unwashed coffee grounds. "Fresh coffee grounds are acidic. Used coffee grounds are neutral." If you rinse your used coffee grounds, they will have a near neutral pH of 6.5 and will not affect the acid levels of the soil. To use coffee grounds as fertilizer, work the coffee grounds into the soil around your plants. Leftover diluted coffee works well like this too.