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Why is the Matchstick so Popular?

The invention of fire brought human society into a new era. Lighters and matchsticks came into being, which brought us a lot of convenience. There may be many people who have questions. Since the lighter has been invented, why invent the matchstick? Why is the matchstick so popular?


Fangzhou Matches Factory believes that the two ultimately have different versatility. And at the beginning, matchsticks are indeed more convenient than lighters. There are dozens of small wooden sticks in a small box, and the tip of the stick is covered with a thin layer of red phosphorus. A light rub on the side can ignite a satisfactory flame. Matchsticks are disposable, affordable, and easy to use with low cost. Therefore, compared with earlier lighters and igniters, which had various disadvantages such as heavy appearance and inconvenient use, the speed of its popularization has been greatly increased. So in the early days, on the whole, matchsticks were much more convenient than lighters.


Nowadays, gift matchsticks are widely used. Matchsticks can not only spurt sparks, but also serve as a carrier of advertising. The matchsticks produced by Fangzhou Matches Factory have stable quality, fast delivery, complete varieties, complete specifications and reasonable prices. The outer packaging uses modern new printing technology, which is beautifully printed. In addition, our matchsticks can be customized according to customer requirements. Welcome to actively consult us and order.

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