Alliance UK online Centrefeed or Centrepull Rolls are designed to go in wall mounted dispensers, these rolls unwind from the centre, and are ideal for hand drying or wiping/mopping applications. There is a wide choice of thicknesses and absorbency. Blue roll is an absorbent roll of paper that is usually available in 1, 2, or 3 ply (the number of sheets per layer) to accommodate different environments and needs. The higher the ply number, the thicker and more absorbent the blue roll will be.
To avoid mess in the washroom make sure there are enough substantial bins for the towel waste. See our sacks and bin liners section
Centrefeed roll is ideal for wiping and drying surfaces as they provide a cost-effective way to clean up spillages as swiftly as possible. Our centrefeed towels range comes in either white or blue with 2 Ply or 3 Ply available to suit the demands of your business. If you are looking to purchase in bulk, we have blue towel roll bundles and pallet deals available so you can find the right quantity to meet all of your requirements. Our blue paper rolls collection is suitable for use in a variety of industries and sectors, so whether you are purchasing centrefeed rolls for an industrial factory, a restaurant or even a garage, you will find everything you need here. Browse our selection of centrefeed blue roll now to find superb prices, along with great discounts on our cleaning bundles and pallet deals.
What Is Blue Roll?
Whether you know it as centrefeed roll, engineers roll, blue paper, or catering roll, blue roll is a highly absorbent and practical paper towel product that is suitable for a huge variety of industrial, commercial and even domestic uses.
From world-class Michelin star kitchens to the small workshop of your local mechanics, blue roll is so widely used because of its non-abrasive texture, which suits numerous different applications, including hygienic hand-drying, cleaning and polishing surfaces, and absorbing oil and grease.
This product is also often referred to as centrefeed roll, and by removing the card centre, blue roll can be inserted into a dispenser, providing an easier and more cost-efficient way to use the product without unnecessary wastage. In this comprehensive guide, we look at the various applications for blue roll, how it used in different environments, and the numerous varieties that we stock at Alliance UK online.
What Can You Use Centrefeed Rolls For?
The non-abrasive nature of the roll allows them to be used for a huge range of applications, including, but not limited to:
Hygienic method of drying hands whereas damp linen towels can harbour germs
Cleaning and drying surfaces, appliances, utensils and tools
Ensuring a streak-free finish to Perspex/glass surfaces such as counter tops and glass doors
Absorbing liquid spills: water, thick sauces, oil and cleaning chemicals
Absorbing oil and grease in workshops and garages, from floors and walls to tools and hands
Removing excess grease, wax or other lubricants from appliances and machinery
Wiping grease and oil from hands
Wiping away fat and grease from grills to prevent fatty deposits blocking your sink's drain
Hygienic method of wiping down faux leather furniture with a sanitiser, e.g. dentist's chairs and spa massage tables
Safe to use in food production environments — blue is easily detectable and is used similarly with blue plasters
Used damp to prevent chopping boards from slipping
The Easiest Way of Remoning The Centre From Centrefeed Roll
Blue roll is one of the most economical and hygienic ways of cleaning up, but there are even more ways to save money when it comes to cleaning with blue roll. Trying to remove the core from a centrefeed roll can be frustrating, but by doing so you can use your blue roll in an economical and paper-saving dispenser that makes each roll last longer, helping you spend less. So how do you put blue roll in the dispenser? Watch the video below to find out.
How do centrefeed rolls work? We’ve made a printer-friendly guide and step-by-step video to demonstrate how to remove the inner cardboard tube. The video also includes how to load the roll into the dispenser.