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It's been a rough week (it's only Tuesday!). Both DS's were sick in the night and the pillows got a direct hit. Despite the fact they were machine washable they have come out completely mangled. Where can I get pillows that will wash? Which waterproof pillow protectors are good (perhaps that is the way forward...)?Such an exciting topic!!
I just throw them away if they have been puked on as they always go lumpy when washed.
I also tend to throw them away if they get manky. I don't buy horribly expensive pillows though.
I have these they can be washed at 60 degrees and they dont go lumpy or twisted.
Thank you for the link, I will give them a try. I was buying cheap pillows but I'm on 3 this month already!
Personally gave up on this.Did think about dry cleaning, but the cost was more than a new cheapish pillow.Also now resorted to using three pillow cases on a pillow. [pillow protectors not much good either]. So just end up going through pillow cases quickly instead of pillows.
When that pillow is washed captainpig, how dirty was it to begin with? And how clean is it afterwards?
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