Cooktop Cove: 3+ brilliant ways to rescue yellowed pillows
By Cate Misczuk
It seems that no matter how many times we change our pillow cases, the pillows themselves find a way to turn a cringe-worthy yellow. Your pillow gets this way because you use it every night, and every night it soaks up your body's oils, sweat and probably even some drool, too.
While it's easy to just throw a pillow case over it and forget it's there, that's not always the best solution. Over time, your pillow can become smelly and even harbor germs. Luckily, cleaning your pillow is a whole lot simpler than you realize. Below, youll find a list of the best solutions to cleaning your stained pillows:
Yellowed pillows
Although most people wash their pillowcases often enough, how many times have you washed your pillows? It's pretty easy, so don't hesitate to try it.
Regular pillows (h/t Jillee)
Use the concoction below for your regular pillows.
Down pillows that need extra care
If you have a pillow that can't be thrown into the washing machine, like a down pillow, this is the solution you're going to want to try.
Microfiber and memory foam pillows
Another washing machine alternative is to just let your pillow soak. If you have a microfiber or memory foam pillow, this is the best option for you. Follow along the technique below:
Gross shower curtain?
Use the following hack the next time you want to refresh your shower curtain.
Get wrinkles out of your clothes
Use this hack to help with wrinkles.
Want to make your house smell amazing?
Whip up this mixture to make the whole house smell heavenly. Here's what you do:
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