With a little love and care, your Slumbr pillow should stay comfy through many nights and naps.

      Cassiopeia Luxe Down Pillow

      With proper care, your down pillow can last 5-7 years or even more. We highly recommend enveloping your Cassiopeia in a dust mite-proof pillow protector to extend its life, and we recommend washing this protector frequently to remove oils, dirt and other residue that can damage your pillow over time. You can wash a down pillow, but we highly recommend getting your pillow professionally cleaned by a down specialist every 3-4 years. Do not dry clean your pillow, as the chemicals and heat can do damage. Washing the pillow in a traditional washer/dryer can also break down the down's natural oils and structure. However, if you do want to wash it, please do so no more than 2x/year on the delicate wash cycle alone in a very large or commercial (recommended) washing machine. Use warm water with a very mild detergent (and no fabric softener or bleach). Dry on the medium heat setting in a very large or commercial (recommended) until absolutely fully dry. Remove from dryer every 30 minutes, fluff and allow to cool for a few minutes before placing back in the dryer (to help prevent scorching). This will likely take a few hours in the dryer before it's entirely dry. Leaving clumps of moist down in the pillow may breed mildew in your pillow over time. Some folks like to include a few clean tennis balls or clean sneakers in the dryer while drying to help remove lumps and maximize fluffiness. Your Cassiopeia will hold up the best in dry environments so do your best to avoid getting moisture (from wet hair, for instance) on the pillow. If you'd like to occasionally freshen up your pillow, you can put it in the dryer on medium heat (permanent press) for 15 minutes to help kill dust mites.

      Virgo Slim + Soft Pillow

      With proper care, your down pillow can last 4-6 years or even more. We highly recommend enveloping your Virgo in a dust mite-proof pillow protector to extend its life, and we recommend washing this protector frequently to remove oils, dirt and other residue that can damage your pillow over time. You can wash a down pillow, but we highly recommend getting your pillow professionally cleaned by a down specialist every 3 years. Do not dry clean your pillow, as the chemicals and heat can do damage. Washing the pillow in a traditional washer/dryer can also break down the down's natural oils and structure. However, if you do want to wash it, please do so no more than 2x/year on the delicate wash cycle alone in a very large or commercial (recommended) washing machine. Use warm water with a very mild detergent (and no fabric softener or bleach). Dry on the medium heat setting in a very large or commercial (recommended) dryer until absolutely fully dry. Remove from dryer every 30 minutes, fluff and allow to cool for a few minutes before placing back in the dryer (to help prevent scorching). This will likely take a few hours in the dryer before it's entirely dry. Leaving clumps of moist down in the pillow may breed mildew in your pillow over time. Some folks like to include a few clean tennis balls or clean sneakers in the dryer while drying to help remove lumps and maximize fluffiness. Your Virgo will hold up the best in dry environments so do your best to avoid getting moisture (from wet hair, for instance) on the pillow. If you'd like to occasionally freshen up your pillow, you can put it in the dryer on medium heat (permanent press) for 15 minutes to help kill dust mites.

      Vela Down + Feather Pillow

      With proper care, your down and feather pillow can last 4-6 years or even more. We highly recommend enveloping your Vela in a dust mite-proof pillow protector to extend its life, and we recommend washing this protector frequently to remove oils, dirt and other residue that can damage your pillow over time. You can wash a down pillow, but we highly recommend getting your pillow professionally cleaned by a down specialist every 3 years. Do not dry clean your pillow, as the chemicals and heat can do damage. Washing the pillow in a traditional washer/dryer can also break down the down's natural oils and structure. However, if you do want to wash it, please do so no more than 2x/year on the delicate wash cycle alone in a very large or commercial (recommended) washing machine. Use warm water with a very mild detergent (and no fabric softener or bleach). Dry on the medium heat setting in a very large or commercial (recommended) dryer until absolutely fully dry. Remove from dryer every 30 minutes, fluff and allow to cool for a few minutes before placing back in the dryer (to help prevent scorching). This will likely take a few hours in the dryer before it's entirely dry. Leaving clumps of moist down in the pillow may breed mildew in your pillow over time. Some folks like to include a few clean tennis balls or clean sneakers in the dryer while drying to help remove lumps and maximize fluffiness. Your Vela will hold up the best in dry environments so do your best to avoid getting moisture (from wet hair, for instance) on the pillow. If you'd like to occasionally freshen up your pillow, you can put it in the dryer on medium heat (permanent press) for 15 minutes to help kill dust mites.

      Orion Down Alternative Pillow

      Proper care will help your down alternative pillow retain its loft and support as long as possible. However, this is the pillow in our Pillow Menu that will likely need to be replaced the soonest, as synthetic polyester fills will degrade faster than the more natural-based fills.

      We highly recommend enveloping your Orion in a dust mite-proof pillow protector to extend its life, and we recommend washing this protector frequently to remove oils, dirt and other residue that can damage your pillow over time.

      Your Orion is machine-washable, but we recommend only washing when necessary to preserve its quality for as long as possible. Use a commercial-sized front loading washing machine with warm water and a mild detergent. Tumble dry on air fluff cycle for a minimum of 2-3 cycles in a commercial size dryer to insure filling is completely dry. Remove promptly when the dryer stops.

      Ara Buckwheat Pillow

      With proper care, your buckwheat pillow can last 10 years or even more without losing its support. We recommend machine washing the small pillowcase it came with every 1-2 weeks. We also recommend putting your pillow in the freezer (yes, freezer!) every 6 months to ward off and kill potential dust mites that all pillows (of any kind) will accumulate over time. You can also pour the buckwheat hulls out into a storage container and wash the zippered cover periodically. The buckwheat hulls themselves do not need to be cleaned very often, and we recommend that you prevent them from getting wet. If they do get wet, air dry them in a fine mesh bag in the sun with no wind.

      Lyra Latex Pillow

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