Various batik techniques are available in the world. Inspired by Asia influence, at Arizali we predominantly use blocks made of tin for stamping the fabric. Subsequently, colors are applied with a brush and the fabric is crimped to dry in the sunlight. The intensity of color shades is determined by the degree of crimping and how the colors are exposed to the sun.

By boiling the rolls of fabrics in water, the wax is removed and any excess color is eliminated. This process results in a fabric that is non-shrinking and highly resistant to color fading.