How to wash a Boyfriend pillow or Husband pillow?

Here are tips to wash your Husband/boyfriend’s pillow and clean it quickly.

– Wash it in the washing machine on a low spin cycle.

– Wash it separately from your other laundry to avoid piling/bleeding, or use an old pillowcase over it while you wash it with your clothes.

– Wash the cover using cold water and mild detergent (no bleach).

– Wash the inner contents in cold water and let it air dry.

– Wash and dry the cover on low heat (no more than 60 degrees C/140 degrees F).

– Refrain from ironing the pillowcase.

– Wash your boyfriend’s pillow once every six months or so to avoid dust mites, or more often if you have pet allergies.

Question: How often should I wash my pillow?

Answer: It really depends on how dirty it is and what material it’s made of. You can wash pillows as often as you like, but some people suggest only washing the pillow every few months. If you don’t want to wait half a year to do laundry, then by all means wash it!

Question: How do you wash pillows?

Answer: Wash your pillows just like any other clothing. You can either place them in the washer or use a wet cloth to wipe the dirt away before placing the pillowcase in the washing machine. Do not put your pillows into the dryer; instead, lay them flat outside to air-dry. Be sure to read your manufacturer’s care instructions for optimal results (and safety).

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Method 1: Washing Pillow by Machine

1. Flip and clean both sides of the pillow cover. If you don’t flip and clean both sides, the print on one side will be upside down once it’s finished washing which is pretty much not cool. If there is no print, you can skip this step.

2. Add both the pillow cover and the pillow itself into the washing machine together. If you use a clothes washer, set it to a gentle cycle with a cold water setting.

3. Set the timer for one minute on your washing machine’s digital screen after all pillows are added to ensure that the pillows are fully wetted before beginning the agitation process. Don’t do more than 1 minute or else your pillows might be too soggy and hard to dry later (this also depends on how dirty they are). And don’t forget to pause the washer before adding in new pillows!

4. Turn off the washer immediately when the timer goes off; remove pillows from the washer carefully so as not to spill water all over the floor.

5. Gently press the excess water out of pillows by pressing them between two clean towels. If you have a dryer, put both pillow cover and da pillow inside it for 10 minutes on low heat + fluff to help dry faster or air dry it outside so that they’ll be ready when you need them again!

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Method 2: Washing Pillow Using Clothes Washer

1. Put in pillows together with your clothes inside the washing machine (just like what I mentioned in method 1). Set washer settings to gentle cycle with cold water setting. Don’t use warm or hot water because that will shrink your pillows which is just plain bad news for most people who own pillows.

2. Set the timer for one minute on the washing machine’s digital screen after all pillows are added, just like what I mentioned in method 1 to ensure that the pillows are fully wetted before beginning the agitation process. Don’t do more than 1 minute or else your pillows might be too soggy and hard to dry later (this also depends on how dirty they are). And don’t forget to pause the washer before adding in new pillows!

3. Turn off the washer immediately when the timer goes off; remove pillows from the washer carefully so as not to spill water all over the floor.

4. Gently press the excess water out of pillows by pressing them between two clean towels. If you have a dryer, put both pillow cover and da pillow inside it for 10 minutes on low heat + fluff to help dry faster or air dry it outside so that they’ll be ready when you need them again!

Method 3: Washing Pillow at Home without Machine

1. Fill a large enough container with cold water. You can use a bathtub, round bucket, or basin here. Make sure the container is deep enough for your pillows to fit inside comfortably with their zipper heads above the water surface

2. Add some mild laundry detergent (ex: Woolite) into the container — 1 to 2 tbsp should do if you want your pillows to be extra clean. The amount of detergent used is also highly dependent on how dirty your pillows are. If they’re really dirty, you might want to add more than just 1 tbsp.

3. Mix the water and detergent together to distribute them evenly throughout the container. Try not to create too many bubbles because those could damage the fabric of your pillow. Gentle agitation is recommended here. Don’t shake or splash pills out under any circumstances! It’s okay if there are still some bubbles left in the water but don’t overdo it.

4. Place both pillow cover and da pillow inside the container; submerge everything fully into the water for 10 minutes (don’t forget about their zipper heads).

5. Turn off the washer immediately when the timer goes off; remove pillows from the container carefully so as not to spill water all over the floor.

6. Gently press the excess water out of pillows by pressing them between two clean towels or using a pillow shiner. If you have a dryer, put both pillow cover and da pillow inside it for 10 minutes on low heat + fluff to help dry faster or air dry it outside so that they’ll be ready when you need them again!

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