Cederroth Textile Plasters - 40 Plasters - 6 Boxes

Cederroth Textile Plasters - 40 Plasters - 6 Boxes

Fabric Assorted Plasters | 16 Plasters x 6 Boxes

£7.20 £6.00

Which? recommended as the best fabric plaster in the UK for durability and affordability. Our fabric plasters won't let you down

Fabric plasters with a superior, medical-grade adhesive that stay in place and protect you for as long as you need. Packaged and ready to go on the shelf.

Alternatively, see our Which? recommended Premium Fabric Plasters that come in industrial boxes in a range of shapes and sizes.

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#1 in the UK: Which? recommended

Our elastic fabric plaster was put through a series of tough tests by Which?, the 100% independent UK consumer champion, to find out which plaster from major UK brands was the most reliable and cost-effective.

A first aid aisle essential for any convenience shop, pharmacist, or retail outlet. Fabric plasters from a leading brand.

Like all Steroplast plasters and dressings, our fabric plasters for retail have been designed and developed to offer premium adhesive quality that won’t let you down no matter how busy your day is. When it comes to plasters, we think of absolutely everything to provide an excellent quality product that meets the high standards of every consumer, from healthcare professionals to distributors and anyone else who need to cover up a cut or graze. 

Our fabric plasters are made with premium materials that easily flex with your skin and allow the body to move freely while staying completely stuck down. Our zinc oxide adhesive coating is more effective than plastic film coatings other plaster brands use and has added antibacterial properties. Each plaster also features a non-adhesive wound pad that makes removing and changing them easy and pain-free.

Our retail boxes of fabric plasters come with an assortment of shapes and sizes fit for use on the most commonly wounded areas of the body, like fingers and hands. We design our packaging to be eye-catching, informative, and highly professional, so it looks great in your health and beauty aisle. 

We carry a large amount of stock at all times, meaning you get your order quickly no matter how large. If you’re a distributor, we can even drop ship your plasters directly to your customers and clients.

Order a sample pack from us today to test our products in your market. We guarantee you’ll be satisfied.

Why choose our fabric assorted plasters?

  • All Steroplast plaster products are tried and tested to meet not only our stringent standards but British Standards for quality and safety of use. As such, they are CE marked. Healthcare professionals trust our range and the Steroplast brand. 
  • Each plaster features a centralised non-stick wound pad which isolates the injury site from the outside and ensures a painless removal.
  • The soft, supple, flexible fabric flexes with the body's movement to help keep the plaster in place and prevent hindering body movement.
  • The high-quality, high gloss printed cartons are designed with graphics to attract your customer’s attention. 
  • Each plaster is individually wrapped to keep it clean and protected until use.
  • The plasters come in assorted sizes, including circular plasters ideal for shaving cuts and little fingers.
  • We supply the same plasters to the NHS hospitals and doctors' surgeries.
  • UK's Top Choice: Awarded the #1 recommendation by the UK's trusted consumer champion, Which?, Steroplast's plasters have been described as durable, water and sweat-resistant, and excellent value for money.


  • This product contains latex.
  • Store the product in a cool, dry place.
  • Single-use plasters should be disposed of after use.
  • Do not use the product if the packaging is damaged.

How to Use Our Fabric Plasters

  1. Ensure your hands are clean before attending to an injury.
  2. To remove plaster from the wrapper, peel from the edge indicated by the arrow or tear off the end carefully.
  3. Gently clean the area with running water or a sterile wound wash. Remove debris if you can, but do not remove objects if they are lodged in the wound or if you would have to insert tweezers into the wound, as this could make things worse. Instead, visit your GP or go to A&E.
  4. Apply the plaster from the wound pad first, pressing down all the edges carefully to create a complete seal.
  5. Replace the plaster with a fresh one whenever needed but at least once a day.

The Complete Plaster Range from Steroplast

We offer many other popular types of plasters in our retail range. For larger wounds, try Steroplast Large Plasters or Steroplast Fabric Dressing Strips. Choose Steroplast Washproof Assorted Plasters for ultra-sensitive skin or Steroplast Clear Assorted Plasters. These are also water resistant and offer a higher level of protection.

We also offer specially designed Steroplast Blister CushionsSteroplast Cushioned Plasters, and Steroplast Hydrocolloid Plasters for blisters, burns, scalds, and even treating acne. Learn more about hydrocolloid plasters and blister plasters in our blog. 

Our industrial boxes of plasters contain the same premium products as our retail range but are sold in higher quantities and a wide selection of sizes and combinations to suit the more unique needs of healthcare and business settings. 

For a premium version of these assorted fabric plasters, take a look at how our Steroplast Elastic Fabric Plasters came out on top of other mainstream brands in a Which? product trial.

The Versatility of Celox Granules in Wound Care


Tailored for High-Risk Scenarios

Celox Haemostatic Granules are primarily designed for use in high-risk, life-threatening situations where rapid bleeding control is crucial. They have demonstrated effectiveness in managing severe bleeding, be it from a traumatic injury or in a surgical setting. This makes them an invaluable addition to first-aid kits for environments such as hospitals, emergency medical services, military combat zones, and other high-risk scenarios.


Using Celox for Complex and Irregular Wounds

Traditional methods of stopping bleeding can be ineffective on irregularly shaped or puncture wounds. Celox Haemostatic Granules, on the other hand, excel in such scenarios.


Removing Celox Post-Application: An Easy Process

The convenience of Celox doesn't stop at the application. Once the bleeding has been controlled, and professional medical attention is available, the granules can be easily removed. The granules are designed to form a gel-like clot that adheres to the wound surface. This clot can be gently rinsed or wiped away with sterile water or saline solution, leaving no residue and minimising any discomfort during the cleaning process.

What's in this kit?

This kit is based on our best-selling HSE First Aid Kit, which was made especially for low-risk businesses to take care of all their first aid needs in one go. The items in this kit are recommended by the Health and Safety Executive to ensure regular businesses without any outstanding risks are covered and compliant with health and safety laws.




First Aid Emergency Leaflet



Vinyl Gloves (pair)


Paper wallet

Washproof plasters


Card wallet

Safety pins (pack)



Triangular bandage


Loose paper wrap

Alcohol-free wipes


Laminate sachet

Wound dressing (large)


Paper packet

Wound dressing (medium)


Paper packet

Wound dressing (eyepad)


Paper packet

You can also order refills for this kit on our website. Keep your kit stocked with low-plastic alternatives at all times.

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