How to Wash & Whiten yellowed pillows. More at onegoodthingbyjillee.com

How To Rescue Your Old Yellowed Pillows

15 Life Hacks You’ll Want To Try Even If They Are Weird As Hell How to Wash & Whiten yellowed pillows. More at onegoodthingbyjil.

DRYING your pillows:  For down and feather pillows, use the air cycle. For synthetics, use the low heat setting.  Place the pillow(s) in the dryer, add a couple of tennis balls covered in clean socks or a few Homemade Dryer Balls to help FLUFF the pillows as they tumble dry. (If it’s a nice day you could also set them outside in the sun to dry!)

How To Rescue Your Old Yellowed Pillows

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How to Clean & Whiten Yellow Pillows, a shocking solution, DO NOT USE BLEACH!

How to Clean & Whiten Yellow Pillows, a shocking solution, DO NOT USE BLEACH! 1 cup dishwasher detergent (I used Cascade) cup Arm & Hammer Super Washing Soda cup distilled white vinegar 3 tbsp. laundry detergent (for HE washers) 3 cups HOT water

How To Rescue Your Old Yellowed Pillows - One Good Thing by Jillee

How To Rescue Your Old Yellowed Pillows

If you have older pillows that have seen better days, you won& want to miss this! Learn the simple process for reviving those yellowed pillows.

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How To Rescue Your Old Yellowed Pillows

Whiten Yellowed Pillows HOT HOT HOT water 1 cup of laundry detergent 1 cup powdered dishwasher detergent 1 cup bleach (you could try “A Natural Bleach Alternative if you are opposed to chlorine bleach) cup borax

I cannot believe how well this worked!  How to wash and whiten yellowed pillows.

How To Rescue Your Old Yellowed Pillows

How to Wash and Whiten Pillows. HOT HOT HOT water 1 cup of laundry detergent 1 cup powdered dishwasher detergent 1 cup bleach (you could try “A Natural Bleach Alternative“ if you are opposed to chlorine bleach) cup borax

Don't throw out old pillows, you can clean them instead! Here's how to wash pillows in your washing machine (and dry them in your dryer)! Cleaning tips, homemaker tips, how to clean pillows, how to whiten yellow pillowcases

How to Wash Pillows in Your Washing Machine (and Dry Them in a Dryer)

Are your pillows getting discolored, smelly, or just plain gross? Here's how to wash pillows in your…

This is SO simple!1 cup peroxide -½ cup white vinegar -approx. 2 tbs. laundry detergent -essential oils -old socks  -tennis balls

Do THIS to your old pillows to make them look brand new—without using bleach!

How to Wash & Whiten yellowed pillows. More at onegoodthingbyjillee.com

How To Rescue Your Old Yellowed Pillows

When was the last time you washed your bed pillows?  If it has been more than 6 months, your pillows are overdue for a washing.   Since most people sweat while sleeping, their pillows and pillow cases can turn yellow just like under shirts.  In order to get your bed pillows back to white, try the following solutions:

How to Wash Pillows and Make Them White Again

When was the last time you washed your bed pillows? If it has been more than 6 months, your pillows are overdue for a washing. Since most people sweat while sleeping, pillows and pillow cases can turn yellow just like under shirts.

WASH PILLOWS - 1c laundry detergent, 1c dishwasher detergent, 1c bleach, 1/2c borax*****

How To Rescue Your Old Yellowed Pillows

How To Wash & Whiten Yellowed Pillows    HOT HOT HOT water  1 cup of laundry detergent  1 cup powdered dishwasher detergent  1 cup bleach (you could try “A Natural Bleach Alternative if you are opposed to chlorine bleach)  1/2 cup borax

How To Rescue Your Old Yellowed Pillows

How To Wash & Whiten Yellowed Pillow HOT HOT HOT water 1 cup of laundry detergent 1 cup powdered dishwasher detergent 1 cup bleach (you could try “A Natural Bleach Alternative if you are opposed to chlorine bleach) cup borax

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