Our Batik Collection

Hand Painted Batik – Prima Cotton

Prima cotton has been used for a long time as the base fabric for painting traditional Indonesian Batik. One of the main reasons for artists to use prima cotton in making batik is due to its property that allows dye to be absorbed excellently into the fabric. In general, Batik tulis prima cotton is considered cheap batik fabric in comparison to batik tulis primissima cotton. Prima cotton batik tulis normally has a dimension of 2.40 m x 1.05m.
Batik tulis which was painted on prima cotton usually has a simpler pattern, less detail and consist of less colors (only one or two colors) compares to batik tulis painted on primissima cotton or silk. Even so, here at Batik Nudo, we always subject our batik tulis to the same inspection process to ensure their quality, independent of the fabric material, artists, or complexity of the batik pattern. Our consistency and quality, together with our passion to provide only the finest and excellent products and service has caused Batik Nudo to successfully grow over the year and earn the confidence and trust of our customers.
  • Do not use powder detergent (washing powder) to wash your batik tulis. It’s recommended using special soap made of Lerak, but if you cannot find it in the market, you can try to find cleaner or soap with other natural ingredients. A small amount of body soap can also be used as subtitute.
  • Do not wash batik tulis using washing machine. Hand wash only.
  • Do not dry batik tulis under direct sunlight since it may damage the color of your batik tulis. Always dry your batik in the shade.
  • Store your batik tulis clothings inside a plastic cover to prevent moths or other insects from damaging it. Do not out camphor inside the place where you store your batik tulis to avoid damaging the color.
  • When you are buying a new batik tulis, always wash it first to remove a small amount of wax that is possibly still sticking on the batik fabric.
  • Do not apply perfume directly to your batik tulis.