Memory foam pillows come in many different sizes and widths. Memory foam pillows are typically less expensive than a full memory foam mattress, since you put padding on top of your existing mattress. Memory foam padding can give you a more restful sleep and lower your risk of back pain. Before cleaning your memory foam pad, be sure to read instructions on label. Only clean your memory foam pillow, if non-professional cleaning allowed
Memory foam pillows used by many people, which gives you a soft pillow setting that matches shape of head while sleeping. Foam is a material different from conventional pillows, which makes it important to understand that these pads require a second wash routine. Throwing memory foam in washing machine will often destroy pad. Instead sinks pad as required.
Vacuum pads with your vacuum’s hose attachment as needed to remove loose dust. Wipe away sluggishly building with a damp cleaning cloth and allow pad to air dry. Combine 2 cups of warm water with 3 tablespoons of washing powder. Swish water with your fingers to dissolve soap. Dip a clean cloth in soapy water mixture, wring cloth and wipe it gently over pad. Do not use too much moisture as you do not want to over-saturate memory foam pillows. Follow up with a clean, damp cloth to remove any residual detergent residue and allow pad to air dry. Disinfect pad with a disinfectant spray or fill a spray bottle with white vinegar and mist over pad. Let it air dry.