Match Strike Paper - Plus
A NOTE ABOUT ADHESIVENESS
The adhesive backing sticks well to paper surfaces, but customers tend to get mixed results with glass, metal, wood, or other surfaces. Start with a small quantity first, and be prepared to use additional adhesive like craft glue (any brand), glue dots, or double-sided tape. Try out samples before purchasing a large quantity.
Price is per sheet; the image shows 3 sheets only to show color options
* Approximately 8" x 11"
* Adhesive backing sticks best to paper surfaces.
* You may need to use a sharp edge to peel the adhesive backing off.
* Material also leaves a light residue so wash hands thoroughly after each use.
* Both the match strike paper and adhesive backing are thin and can tear easily.
* Can be easily cut with scissors, paper punches, Xacto knives, cutting machines, etc.
* Material is not waterproof and cannot be used wet. It must be used dry. However, if you get it wet and then let it dry, it should still work.
* Works best with your typical strike-on-box safety matches. You can also use strike-anywhere matches, but they tend to require more strikes.
* Price differences are due to appearance, from very good (Plus) to average (Basic) to poor (Clearance).
* Ships from Atlanta, GA, usually via the US postal service. Be on the lookout for your thick cardboard mailer!
It's natural and common for striker sheets to have small spots or blemishes, especially around the edges, but some have more than others. Price differences are due to appearance. PLUS/Very Good sheets may have some blemishes but most of the sheet is clear and smooth. In both categories, supply is limited; replenished with new inventory twice per year. BASIC/Fair sheets have many and/or larger blemishes but work just fine and are ideal for most craft projects. CLEARANCE/ Poor looking sheets are very marked/scratched up, but they still work fine.
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