As is known, pil­lows for preg­nant women can be used after the birth of the baby, as well as just to relax mom. Nat­u­ral­ly, you will need to pro­vide the prop­er lev­el of care for bed­ding so that it will please you with its clean­li­ness and prac­ti­cal­i­ty for a very long time. So, how to wash an ortho­pe­dic pil­low.

By the way, care mea­sures begin from the moment you pur­chase the prod­uct. So, you will def­i­nite­ly need to pre-wash the pil­low­case. Indeed, pil­low­cas­es are sewn from hypoal­ler­genic safe mate­ri­als, but dur­ing trans­porta­tion they will come into con­tact with var­i­ous sur­faces, which leads to dust accu­mu­la­tion. To pre­vent the pil­low­case from shrink­ing dur­ing wash­ing, ensure that the water tem­per­a­ture does not exceed 40 degrees. For wash­ing, you can use the wash­ing machine by set­ting the appro­pri­ate mode.

As for the cur­rent basic care, it is extreme­ly sim­ple, because fillers such as arti­fi­cial swan down and holofiber do not absorb odors, do not clump and do not accu­mu­late skin secre­tions. The basis of such a fiber is high-tech poly­ester, which per­fect­ly retains its orig­i­nal shape, so that the aes­thet­ics and qual­i­ty of the prod­uct will remain unchanged for a long time.

The sim­plic­i­ty of solv­ing the ques­tion of how to wash pil­lows with balls is explained by the fol­low­ing prop­er­ties of such a filler:

- the filler is an unfa­vor­able envi­ron­ment for the growth of dust mites or the devel­op­ment of fun­gi, as well as mold. Accord­ing­ly, an aller­genic envi­ron­ment is not formed here,

- the mate­r­i­al does not absorb the secre­tions of the seba­ceous glands, sweat and mois­ture, as well as var­i­ous odors from the envi­ron­ment,

- the struc­ture of the filler is airy, which ensures its per­fect ven­ti­la­tion.

So you do not have to fluff, air or dry the pil­low every day — it will be enough if you can hang the prod­uct in the sun once every six months, there­by ensur­ing the flow of fresh air. The pil­low can also be knocked out from dust or washed. Even after wash­ing, the prod­ucts keep their shape per­fect­ly, so no addi­tion­al mea­sures are required for this.

You can use any method to wash a down pil­low, and as often as nec­es­sary. At the same time, you are guar­an­teed the preser­va­tion of both qual­i­ty and appear­ance. And the use of deter­gents, and ver­ti­cal dry­ing, and spin­ning in a cen­trifuge, and hand dry­ing (even with soak­ing), as well as machine wash­ing will not lead to dam­age or delam­i­na­tion of the filler.

How­ev­er, you still need to take care of the prod­uct — so, you should not sub­ject it to stretch­ing or twist­ing. Do not for­get to fluff the pil­low every time after sleep — this is not dif­fi­cult to do, but the effect will be obvi­ous. It is also impor­tant to wash your pil­low­case reg­u­lar­ly, which will allow you to main­tain per­son­al hygiene.

If for some rea­son it is incon­ve­nient for you to do the laun­dry your­self, then you can safe­ly give the pil­low to the dry clean­er. Prop­er care ensures that even after a few years the pil­low will remain com­fort­able.

By Yraa

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