Looking to extend the life of your pillow and prevent yellowing?
We designed it specifically using lightweight, tightly woven batiste fabric one of the finest cottons you can use for bedding. When washed and cared for properly it will significantly reduce yellowing.
A incorrectly sized pillow protector, or perhaps one that has shrunk, can make a medium pillow feel firmer than it was designed which could lead to unnecessary neck pain or discomfort during the night..
Why this pillow protector?
We designed it specifically using Cambric cotton. Cambric, sometimes called batiste, is one of the finest kinds of cloth you can use for bedding. It’s a very lightweight plain-weave cloth. Historically used for fine linens and custom shirts we decided to use it for our luxurious pillow protectors.
Why do I need a pillow protector?
We had very specific design goals in mind when we designed it. A pillow protector, when paired with a pillow case, might be the smallest investment you can make in extending the life of your luxury pillow.
The problem with most pillow protectors?
They can negatively impact the designed density; i.e. soft, medium, firm or extra firmness of your pillow. A poorly made pillow protector can make a medium pillow feel firmer than it was designed which could lead to unnecessary neck pain or discomfort during the night.
Pillow protectors, with zippers, and pillow cases, without zippers, should be washed every week with the rest of your bed sheets; fitted, flat, duvet covers.
We highly recommend 'warm' water and not 'hot' water. Over time hot water will break down the fibers and cause the pillow case to shrink making your pillow sleep firmer than designed.