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How to Clean Throw Pillows

Both functional and aesthetically-pleasing, throw pillows can tie together different-colored accents in rugs, home decor pieces, and living room sofas, lending a soft edge to the interior design of your living spaces. However, since they are frequently used for neck and head support, keeping your throw pillows clean and fresh can be a chore – but it doesn’t have to be. Follow these tips to help you maintain the vibrant colors of your pillows, almost effortlessly!

How to Disinfect

Washing throw pillows is not difficult, but it is vital to get them completely dry before using them again. Here are some quick tips: -First, remove any covers and wash them separately from the cushion. -Use pretreatment solution for stains by rubbing it in with a sponge. Machine wash in warm water using a front loading washer on the delicate cycle. Use mild detergent. -Hang dry in a ventilated area until most of the cover is dry . Fluff the pillows in a dryer with no heat, using a few dryer sheets to reshape the pillows.( dry Cleaning is always recommended )

How To Remove Cover

Remove the throw pillow’s cover, if it is removable. Wash the cover separately from the pillow.

How to Pre-Treat Stains

Pre-treat badly soiled or stained areas on the pillow cover with a color-safe prewash spray. Rub the spray into the stain with a damp sponge.

How to Machine Wash on Delicate Cycle

Wash the pillow cover, or the whole pillow, on a gentle-wash cycle in warm water with a very mild detergent. Detergent for delicate fabrics or baby clothes is usually suitable.

How Hang to Dry

Remove the pillow or pillow cover as soon as the washing machine has ended the cycle and has shut off. Hang the pillow or cover up to dry in a well-ventilated area. If the care label specifies that the item is dryer-safe, place the pillow or pillow cover in the dryer and tumble dry on low heat.

How Fluff to Reshape

Fluff the pillow once it is dry in order to maintain its form. Don’t use the pillow until it is completely dry. Damp pillows will attract dirt more easily.

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