Oh most elusive of papers!
Theese papers are in many ways identical to rizla red, they are about the same thickness and dimensions however they do not contain the harmful chlorine as with most other papers.
Rizla white have very small micropores in the paper, this does not inhibit smoking but does allow just enough air into the rollie to give a lighter smoke with a cleaner taste.
The glue used on Rizla lights is the same as is used on all other rizla products and you wont find any problems here.
Cost is usually around 2-3p more expensive than reds per pack and they are well worth it if not for the lack of chlorine alone.
Unfortunately theese are a very hard to find paper and it is rare for them to be stocked at the local paper shop, instead try online or the nearest tobbaconist.
Having made the transition from tailor made ciggies to hand rolled over a year ago due to the rising costs, I was pleased to find Rizla White rolling papers. I was using good old Rizla Green before, and excellent rolling papers as they may be, I found that they burned too quick and were quite messy when burning - with ash everywhere. Rizla White are a perforated paper, which are totally chlorine free. They burn a lot slower, and smoke much more like a tailor made cigarette. Now with a Rizla rolling machine (metal tin type), king size filters and Rizla Whites I can still enjoy a nice cigarette at a fraction of the cost. They look like "real" ciggies and smoke like them too.