Dingo Cement

Handy Packs

  • Ideal for all kinds of plastering, hobby repair and modelling, where fast repair is required

Plaster of Paris

Dingo Plaster of Paris is ready to use a special blend of white plaster. Just add water.

Mixing directions

  1. Pour some water into mixing container or bucket
  2. Approximately 1.6 litres of water to one 2.5kg bag. (Depending on the application).
  3. Always add the plaster to the water and sprinkle in the plaster a bit at a time. (do not add the water to the plaster)
  4. Gently mix the plaster from side to side until it reaches a uniform and smooth consistency.

Handy hints

  1. Make sure your project is properly laid out with all the necessary tools at hand.
  2. Avoid creating and breathing in plaster dust.
  3. Clean tools immediately after use with water.

Safety

Risk

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

Safety

Avoid contact with eyes and skin with wet and dry Plaster of Paris. 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 was with clean water. If dust gets into eyes wash immediately with eye wash solution or clean water. If symptoms persist seek medical advice.

 

Danger

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.