How to Clean Feather Pillows
The care label on the majority of feather pillows will instruct you to dry-clean only. However, for some feather pillows, gently washing on a low heat, air cycle is perfectly fine. Wash with a mild laundry detergent and be careful to dry out thoroughly, as before. Again, if you are concerned, it is best to take your pillow to a dry cleaner to be professionally cleaner.
Top Tips for Cleaning Pillows
- Help protect your pillows for longer with a protective cover. This will help shield your pillow from dust, dirt, and all manner of unwanted stains.
- Throw a couple of tennis balls wrapped in (clean) socks into the tumble dryer to re-fluff your pillows and help stop the material from clumping.
- Keep a reminder of when your pillows are next due a wash by writing the date in biro on the care label.
Time for a New Pillow?
Find out if you need to invest in a new pillow with this simple test. Bend your pillow in half and if it doesn’t bounce back, it’s time to go shopping for a new one!