Survival Match

• pliers
• matches
• tape
• toilet paper
• small container

It also can start a BBQ

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Step 1: Match Heads

Take the heads off the matches but one match

Step 2: Mixture

Put the broken heads in the container and add water and start mixing

Step 3: Final Step

Ones the mixture is a thick thang take the stering stick and put it on the match with head still on and rap toilet paper around it and tape it and let dry for 12 to 24 hours

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    5 years ago

    What makes this better than a normal match?


    5 years ago on Introduction

    There are some 'ibles that can really help you get better pictures—they're in this collection: