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    How matches are made - GIF

    How matches are made.




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    Thanks for posting - I love these "how it's made" videos!

    I kept imagining "strike anywhere" matches going through the same process. It looks like there are lots of opportunities for them to scratch against each other or scratch against the sides of one of the chutes or something and set the whole damn factory ablaze.

    I've heard one of the reasons strike-anywere's are harder and harder to find is that trucking companies (and their insurers) aren't willing to risk transporting them.


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