My Pillow How To Wash?

How often should you wash a My Pillow?

Wash your MyPillow once every 4 months.

If you sleep on your MyPillow every night, keep it fresh by laundering it once every 4 months, or about 3 times a year.

If you experience allergies, wash it more frequently, or once every 2 months.

How long do you put my pillow in the dryer?

When laying on your back, bunch MyPillow® under the curve of your neck to get the right amount of support for you as an individual. Before first use: Place in dryer for 10-15 minutes with a damp wash cloth to activate the Patented interlocking fill.

Can I dry my pillow in the dryer?

Place your pillows in the dryer and adjust the settings; if your pillows are feather-filled, put your dryer on the “air”/”fluff”/”no heat” setting. For synthetic pillows, switch your dryer to low heat. Dry your pillows. Take two tennis balls and put them in separate clean, white socks.

How do I wash my pillow in the washing machine?

Wash

  • Cold or Warm on regular cycle (not delicate)
  • Use any detergent.
  • Do not use fabric softener.
  • Top Loading Machines.
  • Place 2 pillows in washer to balance. If only 1 pillow, balance with towels.
  • Front Load Machines.
  • Wash pillows with a full load of laundry.

Why does my pillows turn yellow?

Those yellow spots are caused by sweat. The face or head resting against that pillow hour after hour releases sweat, which travels through the pillowcase, into the pillow. Moisture, such as from lying down with wet hair, can also discolor the pillow, as can chemicals in some types of makeup or skin products.

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Why is my pillow lumpy?

Pillows get lumpy over time as their stuffing collects dirt, debris and moisture. These materials cause the pillow stuffing to clump together. To restore your pillow to its original shape, you must get rid of the moisture and the dirt inside. The best way to do this is with a washing machine and dryer.

How do I dry a My Pillow?

Dry

  1. Tumble dry with high heat.
  2. No dryer balls or fabric softener.
  3. Use extra spin cycles to lessen drying time.
  4. Do not worry about over-drying.

How do you fluff up a My Pillow?

Adjusting MyPillow® –

How do I Refluff my pillow?

How To Fluff Your Pillow – Three EASY Strategies! –