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Care & Cleaning

Care & Cleaning

How to Care for your Pillows

Pillows need to be washed slightly more often than duvets. This is easy to do if you follow the instructions below. If you just want to quickly revive your pillows place them in the tumble dryer on a warm setting for approximately 20 minutes.

All Down & Feather Fills

Warm WashCool Tumble DryDo Not IronDo Not BleachDo Not Dry Clean
  • Warm Gentle Machine Wash - 40°
  • Cool Tumble Dry
  • Do Not Iron
  • Do Not Bleach
  • Do Not Dry Clean
WASHING INSTRUCTIONS
Your pillows can be hand or machine washed. Place the pillows into a large machine with a small amount of mild liquid washing detergent and wash on a warm, gentle cycle. Take care not to use any bleach or brightener as this strips the fabric of its protective downproof layer. Do not use any fabric softener as this coats the down and prevents it from drying properly. Make sure that the pillows are rinsed thoroughly, this should take 2-3 rinses. The pillows can be dried in a tumble-dryer on a low heat, take it out of the dryer and shake a few times during the cycle. Use dryer balls (or clean tennis balls in a pillow case) to help beat the pillows as they dry, this prevents lumps forming. Make sure the pillows are completely dry before you put it back on your bed. A small amount of shrinkage may occur as the cover is 100% cotton downproof.


Synthetic Fill

Warm WashCool Tumble DryDo Not IronDo Not Bleach
  • Warm Gentle Machine Wash - 40°
  • Cool Tumble Dry
  • Do Not Iron
  • Do Not Bleach

WASHING INSTRUCTIONS
Your fibre puff pillows can be hand or machine washed. Place the pillows into a large machine with a small amount of mild liquid washing detergent and wash on a warm, gentle cycle. The pillows can be dried in a tumble-dryer on a low heat, take it out of the dryer and shake a few times during the cycle. Use dryer balls (or clean tennis balls in a pillow case) to help beat the pillows as they dry, this prevents lumps forming.