Before you do anything else, figure out where you would like your fold down clothesline to go. Grab your first bracket and place it in the desired location, marking up the screw points with a pencil. Measure how wide your line is, then mark up where you want your second bracket to go – in our case this was 2.2m away. Mark that up as well. Make sure your two brackets are level with a spirit level.
Using your hammer drill and masonry bit, pre-drill a hole for your screws to go into. As you're drilling into concrete or masonry it's going to get loud and messy, so don't forget to wear your safety gear for this bit.
Take your screw bolts and impact driver and fix your brackets to the wall. Use a level to make sure you're hanging them straight – when the bubble is in the centre, you're good to go.
Using your supplied fittings, attach your line's side arms to the brackets. Use an allen key and your spanner to secure your bolts into place.
Have a read of the enclosed instructions and assemble your front bar – it's super easy. One you've done this, you're good to attach it to the side arms – it just slots into place.
You can't hang your clothes without a line – so get threading! This is super satisfying – check out your instructions for more info.
How easy was that? Now you have a functional, space-saving place to hang your laundry. And remember, when your wall-mounted clothes line isn't in use you can fold it down so it's out of the way. Genius!
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