White decorative pillows can do more than just providing support and comfort for your head during rest. They are excellent home decoration options and can bring out the value of any home furniture with dark colors or multiple design patterns. They also provide a feeling or royalty, affluence and neatness to your interior environment when they are added with style. But one problem with white pillows is that they easily get stained or dirty. Follow the tips below to help keep your white pillow brilliant at all times.
So how often should you clean the pillows, weekly or monthly? Well it depends on a number of factors that includes frequency of use, the environment and accidental stains. Once you find out stain on your white pillow the first thing to do is separate them from the rest so the stain doesn’t spread. Then you need to evaluate the type of stain it is; either normal dirt stains or stains from chocolate, milk, blood and so on? Next you have to determine the best cleaning method by reading on the label. Reading manufacturer’s care suggestions before cleaning your white decorative pillows is important so you don’t get to damage the fabric.
To clean pillow with normal dirt stain you should separate the cover from the foam, put some mild detergent and water in the washing machine and then put the pillow cover in it. Let it wait on the gentle cycle for eight minutes before you remove it. If the pillow is fiber-filled but machine washable then you can wash without separating. Pillow foams can be washed in the sink, squeezed with a dry towel and then air-dried for two days or until no moisture is left in it. Spot cleaning can be done by moistening a clean white rag in a detergent solution before lifting the stain from the fabric. Air-dry the white decorative pillow on a hanging line until it is dry, before placing the insert in it again.
Source: Snug Pal