Dingo Cement

Conforms to AS 3648

  • Suitable for garden slabs and paths, foundations and deck/pergola footings
  • Simple to use pre-mixed concrete


Dingo concrete mix is suitable for DIY pathways, small concrete slabs, garden edging and for securing structural posts and footings. It is Drymix concrete combination of aggregate, sand and cement, mixed together ready for the addition of water.

Mixing directions:

  1. Make sure your project is properly laid out with all the necessary tools at hand
  2. Pour required amount of concrete into a wheel barrow or onto a clean surface. Use contents as soon as possible after opening the package
  3. Add water gradually and mix thoroughly to a stiff consistency (one bag requires 1-1.15 litres of clean water). Excess water can ruin good concrete. Do not add water after the concrete had been mixed, as this reduces the strength of the concrete

Handy hints:

  1. Placing – Use the shovel to remove air bubbles or tap the boxing with a hammer
  2. Finishing – Leave to stand for approximately one hour before trowelling to the desired finish
  3. Curing – Cure the concrete by keeping it moist for seven days
  4. Storage – Keep dry prior to use. Unused contents must be kept dry



Mixing cement may be irritating to the eyes and skin. Prolonged exposure to cement may cause dermatitis and alkaline burns. Cement dust is irritating to the eyes and skin and respiratory system. Repeated inhalation may increase bronchitis and silicosis. Crystalline silica is a known carcinogen.


Avoid contact with eyes and skin with wet and dry cement. Wear suitable protective clothing including gloves and eye protection. Wear a suitable dust mask when handling cement or concrete, do not breathe in dust. Cutting concrete, keep it wet with water to avoid hazardous dust.

First Aid

In the event of skin irritation wash with clean water. If dust gets into eyes wash immediately with eye wash solution or clean water. If symptoms persist seek medical advice.



Causes mild skin irritation. May cause respiratory irritation. May cause serious eye damage. May cause damage to lungs and respiratory problems through prolonged or repeated inhalation.