How To Wash Pillows And Remove Stains Without A Washing Machine

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How To Wash Pillows And Remove Stains Without A Washing Machine | DIY Joy Projects and Crafts Ideas

Image by Andrea Jean Cleaning via YouTube

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Pillows can stain from sweat or get yellow spots over time from drooling. Andrea Jean Cleaning on YouTube shows how to wash and whitened yellow pillows without a washing machine. It’s an easy 3 step process that is better than washing them in the washer and dryer. The video shows how to clean, whiten and disinfect the pillows. The combination of hydrogen peroxide and dish soap works on mattresses, carpets, and other stains. It’s important to wash your pillows because bacteria builds up inside the pads of the pillows.

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Materials:

  • vacuum, optional
  • hydrogen peroxide
  • dish soap
  • old toothpaste
  • rubbing alcohol in a spray bottle, optional
  • OdoBan disinfect fabric and air freshener spray, optional
  • Febreeze fabric spray, optional

Directions:

First, use a vacuum or beat it outside like a rug to remove any skin or debris off the pillows that are not visible. Then, to remove any stains, combine hydrogen peroxide and dish soap. Use an old toothbrush to dip in the mixture and brush it on the stained area.

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Image by Andrea Jean Cleaning via YouTube

Next, spray the pillows with the 3 optional methods such as rubbing alcohol or the two different sprays. Also, you can use 2 of the sprays depending on personal preference. Spray generously all over the pillows and let it sit for about 10 minutes. Continue to watch Andrea Jean Cleaning tutorial on YouTube for full instructions and details.

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Image by Andrea Jean Cleaning via YouTube

Overall, this is a more detailed approach to washing your pillows and removing the stains instead of throwing them in the washing machine. However, if you’re in a rush and can’t air dry it, throw it in the dryer. It’s essential to wash your pillows every 3 months because it accumulates all of the dirt. So, this is great bedroom cleaning hack idea for your pillows that may not fit the washer too.

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