F-Zero Match Factory
F-Zero Match Factory

Whether you're looking for a top-quality yet inexpensive wedding favor or a beautifully branded leave-behind for your business, custom bulk matches are your answer. From simple 40 strike matchbooks to creative lipstick matchboxes, For Your Party the most extensive selection of personalized matchboxes you can choose from. Plus our vast library of paper colors, foil colors, fonts and graphics! With so many options, we are sure you will find the perfect match!

  • Long Box Matches
    Long Box Matches
    Introducing our revolutionary long box matches, featuring 3-inch or 4-inch sticks, perfect for advertising or building your own brand.We prioritize the environment by ensuring that all our matches are...
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  • Small Box Matches
    Small Box Matches
    With 2 inch sticks inside, small box matches are perfect for advertising. Pricing depend on the size of the box and the quantity. If you give out nice match boxes, customers will be reminded of your b...
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  • Matchbooks
    48-20丨49*3.5 inches丨49*90MM
    48-10丨49*1.8 inches丨49*45MM
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  • Cylinder/ Drum Matches
    Cylinder/ Drum Matches
    Tube matches-1丨110*48丨100*3*3MM丨50
    Tube matches-2丨220*54丨200*3*3MM丨40
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  • Tent Matches
    Tent Matches
    Tent matches are perfect for advertising. Pricing depend on the size of the box and the quantity. If you give out nice tent shaped boxes, customers will be reminded of your brand again and again when ...
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  • Comb Matches
    Comb Matches
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  • Apothecary Jar Matches
    Apothecary Jar Matches
    Our custom colored matches are tucked into a apothecary glass jar. A match-striker is affixed to the bottom. Matches are easy to remove; simply turn over the jar and give it a shake.Jar matchboxes are...
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  • Straight Jar Matches
    Straight Jar Matches
    Our custom colored matches are packed in a straight glass jar. A match-striker is affixed to the bottom. Matches are easy to remove; simply turn over the jar and give it a shake.
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  • Candle
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History Of Safety Matches

  • 01
    Early matches

    Earliest matches are invented in China, During the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms (AD 907–960), a book called the Records of the Unworldly and the Strange written by Chinese author Tao Gu in about 950 stated about safety matches.

  • 02
    Modern matches

    Modern matches were invented in the 19th century in Sweden. Wooden sticks mixed with chemicals, strike on the boxes which are printed with red phosphorus.

  • 03
    Matches today

    Safety matches are classified as dangerous goods, HS code: 3605.00, UN 1944. It's still widely used today around the world, not only Europe and North America. Also in developing countries, in South America, Africa, etc.

Custom Matches Wholesale Related FAQs

  • Q
    What's the match formula?

    During the match making process, its formula includes 8 grams of potassium chlorate, 2.5 grams of manganese dioxide, 2 grams of sulfur, 1 gram of solvent and glue and 0.5 grams of water. The amount of pigment is determined by your demands.

  • Q
    What's the formula of matchstick?

    The formula of matchstick making includes 8 grams of manganese dioxide, 3 grams of red phosphorus, 3 grams of strong powder (glue) solvent, 5 grams of glue, and 3 grams of water.

  • Q
    What's the making process of match leather?

     After various raw materials are prepared in a certain proportion, they are sieved three times with a 140-180 mesh nylon sieve. More is better. (Do not use a metal or copper sieve.) Mix the prepared solvent with the sieved raw materials, stir to form a liquid, brush on the prepared matchbox with a brush, and dry.

  • Q
    Whta's the nature of raw materials of matches?

    1. Red phosphorus: The three colors of red, yellow, and white are insoluble in organic solvents and soluble in tribromide bowls, and can fire above 200 degrees.

    2. Manganese dioxide: The molecular formula is MnO2. It acts as a catalyst. The color is black and the molecular weights are 86 and 94. It is a safe drug, easy to store, mainly sealed, and placed in a dry and ventilated place.

    3. Potassium chlorate: The molecular formula is KC1O4. It is a white powder or end-capped crystal, which generates heat by the reaction. It has a molecular weight of 74. It is a dangerous substance. It should be kept away from pressure and hammer and should be avoided from fire.

    4. Sulfur: The molecular formula is S. It is yellow powder or lump which acts flammable. The molecular weight is 32.  It should be stored in a dry and ventilated place.

    5. Rich and strong powder: It has a high viscosity and should be stored carefully. (It can be replaced by glue.)

    6. Pigment: It is mainly used to adjust the colors of matches. Industrial and edible pigments are acceptable. Generally, industrial pigments are better.

  • Q
    How is match head made?

    After all kinds of different raw materials are prepared in a certain proportion, 140-180 mesh nylon screen is used for repeated screening. The more uniform it is, the better. (If it is not uniform, it will affect the combustion effect.) Then mix the sieved raw materials with a ratio of glue to water and mix them into a paste. Insert the purchased matchstick into a three-plywood board with many small holes, flip it and take the liquid, and dry it. Do not set it on fire. The key thing is to suck enough paraffin on one end of the matchstick.(The oil can be heated and dissolved first. Insert one end of a matchstick in the oil and remove it immediately. It is not easy to burn.)

  • Q
    What's the match practices and standards?

    Matchboxes can be made of paper and wood. If using a paper furnace and the paper size must be with 130-200 size. 180-220 # paper is for outer box, and 130 ~ 150 # is for inner box.

    Cut it to your desired level according to the above model of yellow paperboard and specifications, and put the dried product inside. The packaging is generally 30 grams per box with 40-70 roots and  30-50 wax stems.

    The above raw materials are sold nationwide in provinces, cities, and chemical raw materials stores. In the purchase process, you need to buy industrial pure, do not buy chemical pure or analytical pure, because the cost of industrial pure production is low, easy to sell, and produce.