Step 1: What you'll need.
1.One old used deoderant stick.
2.The match box with striking surface still on the side.
3.Glue-I used Elmers, but feel free to use your favorite adhesive.
-Sandpaper to rough up the side of the deoderant stick so that the glue does'nt fall off of the slick sides.
-Rubber bands to hold the striking surface onto the deoderant stick while it is drying.
Step 2: Preparing the deoderant stick.
-Take deoderant stick apart by removing the bottom plate that moves up and down when you turn the bottom wheel. Then simply take hold of the stick in the middle of the bottle and pull it out.
-Remove all leftover deoderant from the stick by scraping it with a papertowel, and thouroughly rinsing with a waterhose.
You can get rid of the sliding plate and stick that you removed from the deoderant bottle, or find another use for them.
The inside of the deoderant bottle should be clean and mostly clear of the deoderant.
-You can also remove the stickers from the sides of the deoderant stick for a more sleek look to your matches case.-