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Everyone has pillows. There comes a time when one must wonder how to clean them as well. If the thought of laying your head down on a dirty pillow makes you cringe, read on to find some suggestions that may help you rest easier at night. Here is information about pillows you can wash.
Actually all kinds of pillows you can wash but the thing you need to care about is machine wash and hand wash. If pillows are made from cotton or synthetic material you can put in machine washer but in case of memory foam pillows, you have to hand wash. If you wash memory pillows in the washing machine your memory foam pillow will break in sections so, it is recommended to wash memory foam pillow by hand.
Feather pillows or synthetic pillows are allowed to machine wash even you can dry them in an air dryer. As I have experience in it. I suggest customers use pillow covers so it reduces the frequency of washing pillows. No matter how good quality pillows you have washing them makes weaker after some wash you can see stitching losing, pillow color gets fade.
Let me explain to you my personal experience. This way you will enjoy knowing the drying procedure. Generally, my wife does all our laundry work at home but once when I was washing clothes I washed our down pillows. While drying I just throw pillows into the dryer, after a few minutes I took them out and then we started using them by putting a cover over it. After a few days, our pillows get affected by mildew. I was wondering how this could happen to my pillow without any reason!
Mind it, wives are much more experienced and claver at these things. She told me that you didn't dry them properly so it happened to our pillows. That day she had given me the following tips for drying pillows.
If you do, then you need to wash the covers regularly. The pillows you can wash are kept clean this way, and only need to be washed once or twice a year, unless there is a spill or another source of dirt that soaks through the cover.
As usual, be sure to check that you have pillows you can wash by reading the label attached to the pillow. Also, check carefully to make sure the outside cover is intact, or if there are tears or holes which need to be mended. Look for stains that made you need to be treated before washing and treat them with the spot remover of your choice. Using a small soft brush, work the stain remover into the area and allow it to sit for approximately 15 minutes.
If you have a top loader, be sure to load two pillows or some extra towels in the machine to keep it balanced. Front-loaders can do one pillow at a time, but towels can be added. Use cold water and the gentle cycle. When one cycle is complete run an extra rinse to make sure all detergent is removed.
These pillows can also be hand washed. Remember to squeeze out the excess water rather than wringing. It will misshapen your pillow. To dry, use low heat on the drier and remember to fluff the pillows occasionally. A couple of clean tennis balls will help too.
Pillows come in all types of materials and forms. Some can be very expensive but are also an investment in good sleep. Pillows you can wash are available, but be sure to safeguard your investment by following the manufacturer’s instructions when you decide to home wash this item.