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Coloured Matches

Coloured Matches

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Coloured Wooden Matchsticks

Light it Up!

20 MultiColoured Wooden Matchsticks. Matches comply with Australian safety requirements.
They can light a candle, a fireplace or firepit and light a gas stove in the kitchen. They can be used as wedding or party table decoration. The colourful match head will give your celebration a special touch. You can build small houses or castles from these matches or use them for other handicrafts.

Coloured Matches:
1 x Glass Jar with 20 Matchsticks and Striker Affixed to Jar

Matchstick Refill:
20 x Coloured Matches + 1 x Matchstick Striker (not sold with Jar)

Things you can do with your matches:

Have you ever Googled "House made out of matches", its quite remarkable how perfect they look. Some might think that Matches are a thing of the past but they there not. Using a match to light a candle that is half burnt, is so much easier then trying to get a lighter half way down the jar. Every survivalist should have some matches in there home or backpack.

Special Orders welcome, just send us an email. We can have the same colour made up if you don’t want multicolour. The are quite a lot of beautiful colours to choose from.

Product Details:
Coloured Matches

Pack Size: 20 matchsticks with Match Striker
Packing: Reusable Glass Bottle with Cork Lid
Packed in: Brisbane, Australia

Matchstick Refill:
Pack Size: 20 matchsticks + Match Striker
Packing: Bubble-wrapped 
Packed in: Brisbane, Australia

Important Care Instructions:

Failure to follow instructions could result in fire, hazard or injury. Keep out of reach of Children and Pets. Keep in a safe place away from children. Avoid exposure to draughts, hazardous material, while lighting. Strike away from the body. The match should be completely extinguished, and isn't still smoking. Do not leave, hot matches on flammable surfaces.

Importantly, a fire should never be left unattended. Secondly, always make sure you check your local fire restrictions. Check to see if you local government allows outdoor fire pits before purchasing one. Matches shouldn't be exposed to water. Matches should be kept in a sealed container to prevent moisture from affecting the match head.


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