Firstly, we have base coating on the polished hanger. This is a very important process as that base coating determines the finishing. In this process, it is required to have a technique to make and adjust colors depended on each woods' color. Someone may think, "Why do you need to have base coating?" It's because without base coating, the hanger would not have our expected color, and it would be a shallow color. So, we add layers and layers of intricate colors to achieve the specified color in the final state. In this way, the color becomes more profound, and it will be able to enhance the beauty of wood grain. Judging by our own eyes and experience, the craftsmen make fine adjustments to bring out the beauty of the wood that lives behind the coating. This is something that cannot be done by a machine and is only possible with the skills of experienced craftsmen. Adjustments to match the color of the wood are judged instantaneously using their senses and experience, and it is said to take up to a year to acquire a minimum level of sensitivity.