With the help of the hinges you can attach the two pallets to each other. As soon as they are securely attached you can place the lower pallet on the ground and the other pallet upright.
Then attach to the upright pallet, on top, a C-shaped screw on each side. Let the opening of the hook point forward.
You will also attach two C-shaped hooks to the lying pallet. Again, let the screws point to the front.
About 20 centimeters after the middle, you also place a C-shaped hook on both sides. Attention! These 20 centimetres after the middle are further away from the upright pallet.
Then get the link chain. Attach the link chain to one of the C-shaped hooks on the horizontal pallet.
Pull the link chain towards the upright pallet. The chain should not be able to bridge the full length. With us, the link chain comes to about 20 centimetres from the top. Then place a mark where the chain ends.
Tip! Don’t throw away the excess link chain. Use it in step 8.
On the spot of the mark you also apply a C hook. Attention! The hook has the open side upwards, instead of forwards.
Repeat the steps with the link chain and C hook also for the other side. It is most convenient if both chains are the same length, and the C hooks are parallel to each other in the pallet. Then the pallet is finished!
Now it’s time to hang the pallet. To fix the hooks in the right place, it is important to mark the position of the C-shaped hooks on the wall. These are the screws attached to the upright part of the pallet.
Then attach the last two C-shaped hooks to the wall. It is important that these hooks face the sky with the open part.
Grab the remaining piece of link chain. Break one link exactly in the middle. This will give you two chains of the same length.
Hang the link chains on the C-shaped hooks on the wall.
You can now attach the pallet to the wall. Hang the upper C-shaped hooks in the small link chains.
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