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Maintaining batik fabric

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For both batik tulis and batik cap, the following rules apply:

  1. Hand wash, or best just soak the cloth
  2. Use very little detergent, best to use lerak
  3. Hang the batik directly, do not squeeze the cloth
  4. Do not hang in direct sunlight
  5. The iron should not directly touch the cloth, best to use a steam iron
  6. Silk batik is best dry-cleaned
  7. Do not spray perfume onto the cloth directly
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Motif Dan Sejarah Batik Di Malaysia

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Batik merupakan satu bidang kraftangan yang unggul di Malaysia. Sejak abad ke 15 Masihi lagi manusia telah menemui kaedah pembuatan batik secara tradisional. Pada masa dahulu, masyarakat Melayu menggunakan ubi kentang sebagai alat pengecap tetapi kini kain batik telah diusahakan dengan menggunakan alat-alat moden. Batik mula diperkenalkan di negara kita khususnya di negeri Kelantan sejak tahun 1910 lagi. Batik berasal dari Indonesia dan terbit dari perkataan Jawa 'tik' yang...

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Origins of Indonesian Batik | Batik Indonesia

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Indonesian Batik  (Batik Indonesia) has a worldwide recognition.

The word "batik" is Indonesian in origin, even if the concept was known by Egyptians and Indians. It is known to be more than a millenium old, and there are evidences that cloth decorated through some form of resist technique was in use in the early centuries AD in several West African, Middle-Eastern and Asian communities.

The word Batik is originally an...

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Types of Batik

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Two main types of batik are produced in Malaysia today -- hand-painted and block-printed. The difference lies in the production techniques, motif and aesthetic expressions; each is often classified according to the tool used.

The painter uses the canting, a small copper container with one or more differently sized pipes. The container is attached to a handle made of wood or bamboo. The canting is filled with molten wax and used to trace the outlines of a pattern on the fabric...

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Journey & Traditions

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Batik refers to the process of wax-resist painting and dye painting to produce a multi-coloured intricate design. The word "batik" is believed to be related to the Malay word "titik" which means "point", "dot" or "drop".

The origin of batik is shrouded in mystery because fabric disintegrates, making it impossible for historians to pinpoint when the technique was first discovered.

The earliest evidence can be traced back to China and India, from which it travelled to...

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