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Using Pinterest For Rehab Tips and Tricks

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Hi everyone, Melissa here. I figured since Danny has been working so hard I would step in and give him a break from posting this week :).

First, have you joined our private FlippingJunkie facebook group? Come network with us!

I’m sure by now everyone and their brother has heard of Pinterest. I will be the first to admit that I have spent more than my fair share of time browsing and pinning the day away…While this site is great for collecting delicious recipes that I will most likely never cook, clothes that I will never look good in or wear, and activities to keep my overly active children occupied, it can also be a fantastic source for rehab ideas.

To this end, I have created a “Rehab Ideas” Pinterest board filled with all kinds of inspiring, cost-effective ways to jazz up our rehabs. From cleaning tips (who hasn’t had a rehab in desperate need of a good scrubbing?) to landscaping and painting ideas, my board is a place to collect any little tidbit that might help our rehabs stand out while still keeping costs down. Pinterest is a free service that anyone can use. Yes, even you men. 🙂

You can check out my Rehab Ideas board HERE. Feel free to re-pin any of these tips and tricks. And if you’re using Pinterest for your rehab ideas I would love to check out your boards as well! If you have one or create one, please share it in the comments so that we can all benefit from what you find.


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Comments (10)

  • Lubasha

    Very interesting, thank you Melissa!

    I use mosaic tiles designed for bathroom floors to decorate space between top and bottom cabinets in kitchen. Looks irresistible and blends almost with any color of counter-tops and cabinets. Easy to clean up and inexpensive to install.

    • Melissa Johnson

      Great idea, Thanks for sharing!

  • Sharon Vornholt

    That’s a great idea Melissa. Thanks



    awesome stuff!

  • Leila

    Melissa, this was great! i’ve been avoiding pinterest, worried it will suck me in, but this was great, succinct, fun, helpful and I learned some great things. thanks so much for filling in and taking the time!

  • Chris Lipumano

    Hey Danny,

    Your posts never disappoint!

    I’ve been a long time follower of your site and am extremely happy that you decided to bring it back.

    Thank you for all your hard work and providing great quality content on this blog. Looking forward to more posts!

    • Danny Johnson

      Thanks, Chris. My wife wrote this one. 🙂

  • shannon

    I have a rehab board as well.. feel free to follow… 🙂

    • Danny Johnson

      Thank you!

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