This ash rattan has a dark color and is different from other rattan raw materials because it has been in the process of several weeks. This rattan in addition to the dark color that is eco-friendly due to discoloration without any chemicals, this rattan changes color thoroughly to the inner fiber. This ash rattan has a strong character that can change the view of the product into old, historic goods, and unique because this product can only be found in the city of Majalengka.
This rattan process is done by soaking the rattan with water fermentation within 2-4 weeks. The fermented material uses natural plants, but it has been tried several times in other areas and does not produce a gray color like Majalengka, for example in Cirebon it has been tried to ferment ash for a few weeks, the result is that the color fails, maybe there are geographical indications that support the process. the confiscation.