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what is inside of a pillow?

by:Qihao      2019-08-29
When people lie down and sleep, they may never think about what\'s under the pillow.
According to the type of pillow, there are several varieties of pillow filling.
While none of the materials is unusual, some may cause unpleasant or allergic reactions, so it\'s a good idea to know what\'s going on inside the pillow.
Most pillows are stuffed with materials with specific features ---
Support anything on them.
If they happen to be sitting on a pillow, it could be the person in the head, neck, shoulder or back.
Other pillows are purely decorative and have no other use other than looking good.
One of the softest pillow filling materials is down, or an array of geese or other feathers that are usually used for pillows.
Foam is another key component of many pillows.
The foam can be a solid block of size and shape of the pillowcase, or a smaller strip or block filled in the pillowcase.
Another option is pillow filling, which is usually made of some kind of polyester fiber.
Some people don\'t sleep well on the pillow, the pillow is too soft, or not enough support for neck pain or other parts of the body.
As we all know, Down syndrome can cause allergies, make people cough, sneeze, itch, and be plagued by watery red eyes.
But feathers are not the only filler that can cause a reaction.
Some people may also have allergic reactions, and synthetic materials are widely used in lowgrade pillows.
A lot of dust, mites, or other debris that can be deposited in old pillows can also cause itching, sneezing, or coughing.
People who want to make their own pillows can easily get the filling they need in many fabric or craft shops.
Pillow fillers are also sold online, either by press or by pound (
See resources below). Do-it-
Choose your own filling from the feathers sold in pounds to the soft silk polyester.
If the pillow needs to be cleaned, it should not normally just be thrown into the washing machine.
The high speed of the rotating washing machine can tear open the outer coating of the pillow.
Washing machines are known to destroy foam, resulting in bumps, bumps and pillows that are no longer flat.
This is especially true for pillows sold as pet beds.
The pillow should be cleaned gently with your hands and let the air dry thoroughly to keep it clean.
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