Oct 9

How to Clean Your Pillows


There’s also a fairly interesting quick test which will let you know when it is time to replace your pillows.  If they pass the test – then you can use the cleaning method explained to clean your pillows, quickly and easily! Find the video clicking on the link  below:  

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  1. VivalaCoryGirl says:

    Funny story... I don't have tennis balls... Why would I? I've never played tennis, I don't have kids, I don't juggle... Soooo I used soap instead. I put two bars of soap and doubled up on socks. (4 bars of soap by 4 socks) Hopefully the soap doesn't melt and get all over my pillows. Wish me luck! Haha

  2. ghislain says:

    you do know tennis balls are like 1$ for 3...

  3. Stacy says:

    This video RUINED my pillow!!! DON'T do this if you have a feather pillow!!! I didn't think you could wash feather pillows, but this chick said I could so I did and now my pillow is ruined. I put it through 6 spin cycles, but it was still water logged. Now it is in the dryer and has been for most of the day. All the feathers fall to one end of the pillow in a wet mess!!! I'm on disability and frankly can't afford a new feather pillow at this time and it was the only thing I could use to get a good nights sleep!!! I'm very angry and upset right now!! This woman acts like she knows what she is talking about, but she DOES NOT!!

  4. PinLaVie says:

    Try throwing in your dryer two tennis balls when you dry your feather pillow.The balls will hit the pillow while drying and make it fluffy again.

  5. Mary Wyatt says:

    You never said how to clean yellow pillow. Please tell me were to go to find this information

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