What can I use for a clothesline pole?
Pole-to-Pole Clothesline: Project Shopping List
- Ready-made clothesline poles.
- Tape measure.
- Chalk or paint.
- Post-hole digger.
- Concrete mix.
- Rope or string.
How deep should a clothesline pole be?
How to Install a Clothesline Pole
- Dig a hole at least 24 inches deep and twice as wide as your clothesline pole.
- Widen the area at the bottom of the hole until the bottom is slightly wider than the hole opening.
- Situate your clothesline pole in the middle of the hole.
How do you do washing lines?
Put a wall plug into each hole and screw the cleat into place. You will need the ladder again for this step as you tie the washing line to a sturdy tree or post. Thread the end of the line through the pulley and hang it from the hook. Pull the washing line taut and secure the loose end around the cleat.
What is the average height of a clothesline?
Most clotheslines are around 6 feet. They are typically placed around head height, or within a few inches, of the person hanging the clothes.
How do I stop my washing line from sagging?
An old fashioned prop is the best solution for your sagging clothes line. Have been using clothes lines for years. After a while they do tend to sag.
What is the best clothesline to buy?
After researching the options, we present the best clotheslines.
- Best Overall: Whitmor 5 Line Retractable Dryer.
- Best Rope: T.W Evans Evandale Cotton Clothesline.
- Best Outdoors: Best Drying Rack Umbrella Clothesline.
- Best Indoor: Hastings Home 3-Tier Laundry Drying Rack.
How do you make a clothesline between two trees?
Mark the spot on each tree with a small piece of tape. Using a 1/4-inch drill bit, drill a hole into each tree at the marked height. Screw the heavy-duty hooks into the holes. Slip the end of the rope through the loop on the line tightener.