1Choose where you want to put your clothesline, making sure the place is somewhere that the line can rotate freely.
2With your spade mark out and carefully remove the grass sod from the hole and set aside. You can replace this later to cover the concrete base.
3Dig a hole to the depth of the ground socket.
4Make the hole about a full spade width so you have enough of the concrete post mix around the ground socket.
5If there’s no closed base on your socket, place some tape over the end to stop any of the Post Mix getting in underneath and filling your ground socket.
6Place your socket centrally in the hole. Then half fill the hole with water ensuring you keep the ground socket straight as you do this.
7Then add the Post mix as per the manufacturers instructions. You may want to use a stick for mixing the concrete as this will help to even out the mixture. You may add more post mix or water as needed.
8Check the ground socket as you go, with a spirit level, to keep it straight. Ensure that it is supported in this position for at least five minutes.
9When set, insert your clothesline into the ground socket and test.
10You may now replace your grass sod to cover the concrete base. Alternatively, you can use soil or decorative pebbles.