The cost of cement is soaring.
It is estimated the Australian dollar will be worth just one Australian dollar in 2020, with the price of a gallon of cement rising to about $2.50.
Concrete Dye is a cheaper option for cementing concrete.
Photo: David Crosling “We have been using it for a couple of years and we have had great results,” said Andrew Sowry, a consultant who is based in the northern NSW town of Tampines.
“It is very easy to use.
It does not need any water or chemicals.
Mr Sowrys cementing company, Concrete Dyes Australia, says its products are “easy to use, inexpensive, durable and non-toxic”.”
Concrete has a very high moisture content, so it can be a very efficient cementing agent.”
Mr Sowrys cementing company, Concrete Dyes Australia, says its products are “easy to use, inexpensive, durable and non-toxic”.
Concrete dye is a less expensive alternative to cementing cement, and is easier to use than other methods.
It also uses less water and does not require the use of water.
“There is no other cementing option that can give you the same results as concrete,” Mr Sowries company’s CEO, Andrew Sowery, said.
“It is a great choice for those who want to do a quick and easy concrete job and the only cost is in the labour.”
He said there were other cement products available, but they were expensive.
“I have seen concrete used for concrete, concrete nail polish, concrete mortar, concrete tile, concrete paint, concrete floor, concrete floors and concrete concrete flooring,” MrSowries said.
The cost of concrete is soaring, and the cost of a pint of cement will hit $2,500 in 2020.
But the cost is only one part of the equation, as cement needs to be used correctly.
“We are working on developing a process for using concrete dye that is more economical, environmentally friendly and more reliable,” Mr Dye said.
For more information on concrete and how to get it, read our post on concrete’s costs.