Step 1 - Look at the area that you would like to cover, thinking about where poles could be positioned or where there is a static object like a wall or fence post that you can use as a fixing point. Think about the position of the sun in order to get the optimum shade.
Step 2 - Screw cleats into pole at a sensible height. Attach easy-hoist swivel pulley to eye-bolt in pole using a snap hook and loop rope loosely around pulley
Step 3 - Insert pole holders into ground where you want the poles to be positioned.
Step 4 - Insert poles into ground; the holder should keep them secure.
Step 5 - Unravel shade sail and lay it on the ground, with each point positioned near the fixing it will be attached to. This is easier if the ground is clear.
Step 6 - Tie a pullys rope tightly around a snap hook and attach to one D-ring corner of your shade sail and attach the other end to cleat on pole (allowing quite a lot of slack)
Step 7 - Hoist shade by undoing rope from cleat, pulling slightly taught, and retightening around cleat. Move between the different fixings, pulling shade taught in each position as you do.
Step 8 - When the shade is taught, tie off rope on cleat.
Step 9 - Check shade is positioned in the right place and rope is properly secured.