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Here’s how to clean dirty pillows from bed to leave them white and sweet scent…


Over time, our pillows can become yellowed and stained, despite being protected by pillowcases. Nightly exposure to body fluids like sweat, which seep through the fabric, can lead to the accumulation of dust, grease, dead skin cells, or even mites. For allergy sufferers, a clean pillow is essential for a good night’s sleep and overall comfort. In this article, you’ll learn how to effectively clean dirty pillows from your bed, ensuring healthy sleep and restful nights.

Whether you prefer soft or firm pillows, feather-filled, polyester fiber, or latex, just like with duvets, sheets, mattresses, or bed linens, choosing the right pillow is crucial for optimal sleep comfort. However, the cleanliness of your pillow is just as important as its quality. A pillowcase alone is not enough to protect your pillow from dirt and the yellowish stains caused by nightly perspiration. Here are some tips for cleaning pillows and restoring their natural whiteness.

How Often Should Pillows Be Washed?

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To prevent pillows from yellowing, they should be regularly cleaned with bleach. The yellowing of pillows is mainly due to sweat secretion or perspiration during sleep. These fluids create an environment conducive to the growth of bacteria and mites. These pathogens thrive in moist environments and can proliferate in your bedding. While some people might throw away their pillows at the first sign of yellow stains, and others believe pillowcases are sufficient to protect their health and extend the life of their pillows, it’s actually recommended to wash them at least every six months. The duvet can be washed once a year. Yes, your pillows can be machine washed

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