So you just got your sex swing in the mail and you can not wait to get busy installing it right away so you can enjoy it tonight. Well here is a quick start guide.
First, you need to select a location if you are doing a ceiling mount. If you do not want to do a ceiling mount, you can buy a sex swing stand on this site. If you are doing a ceiling mount, the obvious thing is the hook. Some people will be bothered by having a hook in their ceiling and other people seeing it and asking questions. If you do not want people to see your hook, please read all the tips and tricks on this site about hiding the hook.
If you do not care if people see the hook, lets move on quickly with the install. The first step is to locate a joist in your ceiling. The easiest way to do this is with a stud finder that you can get at any local hardware store. If you do not have a stud finder or you can not get it to find a joist, read our article on advance joist finding techniques.
Once you locate a joist, you will want to mark a spot in the center of the joist where you will place the hook. Make sure this spot is at least 2-3 feet away from any wall to make sure you have room to use the swing without hitting the wall.
Now that you have a spot for the hook, press the point of the hook into your ceiling and tap it firmly with a hammer to drive the head of the hook into the joist. Then sick a screw driver through the hook eye like a handle and turn the hook driving it into the joist.
If you are still not able to get the hook started, you can use a small drill about 1/8th inch and drill a small predrill whole into the joist about 1 inch. The more you drill, the weaker the hold will be, so predrill only enough to get the hook started.
Once the sex swing hook is screwed all the way into the ceiling, leave the hook in place and do not remove. Every time you remove and replace the hook, the hold will grow weaker and increase your risk of a sex swing accident.
If you need to remove your sex swing hook, it is recommended that you put it back in several inches away from the original hole.
For more information on hook placement, please read our other articles on hiding the hook and joist finding.