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Strike Anywhere Matches Remain Safe and Legal... For Now

Many believe that the handy "Strike Anywhere" Matches, marketed by Diamond, are to be banned or made illegal in the coming months. Many are stockpiling on the product in fears that soon they will no longer be available.

 
 
Diamond 300pk Strike Anywhere Matches
Diamond 300pk Strike Anywhere Matches
PRLog - Jan. 27, 2012 - DESTIN, Fla. -- There is much debate over the legality of "Strike Anywhere" Matches. Strike Anywhere Matches, made by manufacturer Jarden Corporation, and marketed under the "Diamond" brand, have come to be known as premier matches for camping, outdoor use, and emergency/survival situations. Many stock up before a family outing, while others incorporate a box into their self-made "Survival Kit". Strike Anywhere Matches have been around since the early 1830's (nwta.com), and were one of the first types of conventional match. Not until recently has there been concern over the product.

Why have people become so weary of the Strike Anywhere Match? Many stores have policies against carrying the matches, and they are classified as "Dangerous Goods" on both passenger aircraft and cargo-only aircraft flight ("U.N. 1331, Matches, strike-anywhere"). The chemicals used in the matches are known to be utilized in both methamphetamine production, and bomb making.

With the known applications of, and the policies against these fire-starters, many question their legality. It has spurred debate online, and a wave of confusion seen in blogs, answer sites, and retails stores. According to the manufacturer of Diamond Strike Anywhere Matches, the confusion is unwarranted.

"We are unaware of any state laws prohibiting the use of strike anywhere style matches at this time."

Sincerely,
Jarden Home Brands
http://www.diamondbrands.com/
(Quote taken from UnluckyHunter.com)

It seems for now, Strike Anywhere Matches are not at risk of going the same way as lead paint, or mercury thermometers. Although the law is on the side of manufacturers like Jarden, the debate continues, and consumers continue to stock up. Stores like Disaster Relief Supply have seen this demand, and are securing the product on their shelves. Store Manager Mike Fisher has seen this as an important issue since the opening of their store in August, 2011. "We have people coming in shocked that we supply Diamond Strike Anywhere Matches, buying 2 or 3 boxes at a time. We've been told that we are the only store in the county that has them".

Mr. Fisher recommended that if you are looking for the matches, or any other hard to find survival supplies at the lowest price, try the Disaster Relief Supply online store:

http://www.disasterreliefsupply.com/jarden-home-diamond-m...

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Disaster Relief Supply LLC in an online retailer that sells emergency supplies and tools and rents commercial equipment to Northwest Florida residents.

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Source:Disaster Relief Supply
Phone:850-424-7278
Zip:32541
City/Town:Destin - Florida - United States
Industry:Consumer, Shopping, Manufacturing
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