Care Information for Pillows
Using any detergent, machine wash on cold. No need to wash on warm or hot. Modern detergents work equally, if not better, on cold. Hot temperatures can also cause some residual shrinkage of the 100% cottons we use. The same rule applies for machine-drying: choose a low or medium setting for best results.
Adding a couple of dryer balls to your dryer will help loosen the fill and allow it to dry faster and more evenly. Once out of the dryer, reshape the pillow by grabbing two corners and vigorously thumping it; repeat with the opposite corners. Roll or knead to finish the fluffing and reshaping.
NOTE: For an added layer of protection if you have a washing machine with an agitator, you can wash the pillow inside a pillowcase to prevent any possible snagging.