- The bamboos are cut into required sizes and their outer skin is peeled off
- The cut pieces are soaked in water for about three days, dried naturally and sliced in desired shapes and sizes
- The drying process involves dipping the bamboo in paraffin wax that is heated over 300° Celsius. The bamboo is then kiln dried to keep the moisture below 12%. Dried bamboo is then ready to take different shapes as per the design
- The base of the products is then woven
- The products are finished by weaving or attaching strips for durability and firmness
- At times the strips are coloured and woven in to add to the beauty of the finished products.