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Yourpillowsneed tender love and care, just like the rest of your bedding.

While Sheridan pillows have been engineered to an exceptionally high standard, there are simple things you can do to keep them in the best shape possible.

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Always follow the care instructions on care labels.

Generally speakingpillow cases vintage, washing your pillows in warm water prevents the build-up of allergens more effectively than washing in cold temperatures. However we always recommend washing your products as per the care label to ensure the cleanest, most hygienic wash.

Place your pillows in direct sunlight and allow them to air. The sun is a natural antibacterial agent which will keep your pillows hygienic and fresh, assisting to kill any germs in between laundering your products.

Placing a pillow protector on your pillows will ensure they last longer, and will keep your pillows stain free and fresh.

Our pillow protectors are machine washable and easy care. Washing your pillow protectors regularly will keep your pillows clean and hygienic to sleep on.

We suggest replacing your pillows every 18 months to two years to ensure they stay fresh and clean.

A tip for keeping your pillows healthy is to place them in direct sunlightand allow them to air.

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