"Batik" is a wax-resist dyeing technique which is used on textile. Indigo, dark brown and white are the colors common in Batik fabric. The three colors are pattern worn only by royals. The products of Batik store can be associated with great importance and quality. This company is owned and managed by Globe Traders Sdn. Bhd., a Malaysian company that specialized in e-commerce solutions. They provide high quality handmade products and just like in the picture, their products can be compared to royalty. Krafonline.com sells products such as T-shirts, footwear, bags, accessories, gifts and souvenirs. Check out the Website and you will see their beautiful collections of Batik. This company accepts orders in bulk and the initial order will be subject to a minimum order quantity at their discretion. It must be paid in advance by credit or debit card or cheque. After you can establish a good trading history with this company, you can then apply for a 30 day credit account. The company's manufacturers are Zana and Serana. All their apparel collections are affordable and very beautiful. In fact, once you have this product, you can brag about its durability and style. Click the link provided here and start your online shopping. To get a 10% off on your purchase, use this promo code: crafty. Do not forget to check batik blog for more information about batik products. Enjoy shopping!
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