How to Wash Feather Pillows in a Washing Machine
Learning how to wash feather pillows in a washing machine can be a tedious task. I know because I found out the hard way.
When I was a child, there were a lot of little things that I wished would just get washed away. After all, my mother had all sorts of expensive clothes that needed to be washed, but never really bothered.
Things like this rarely happened, as far as she was concerned, and she had special clothes to do this with. So when I was really little, I thought it was OK if all the feathers in my mom’s clothes piled up and we had to wait for hours in the wash.
Luckily, for me, my mother had a friend who bought all her clothes at Martha Stewart. She was a real champion of style and went to great lengths to make sure her clothes stayed in tip top shape, or in perfect condition, and I can tell you, even now, that her clothes are perfect.
My mother used to take her clothes to Martha Stewart and hang them on the clothes line that Martha Stewart had in her store. I think that is still there, or something similar to it.
Once I was old enough to know that I could wash my own clothes, I thought I’d follow her example and learn how to wash feather pillows in a washing machine. It didn’t happen until I was almost a teenager and had enough money to buy some cheap washable pillows.
The next time I needed washing feather pillows in a washing machine, I tried it. This did not go so well.
I could not get my feather pillows to come out of the washing machine, which is probably not such a bad thing if they were made of soft material like the ones that Martha Stewart uses. I am ashamed to say that most of them took ages to come out.
I then had to give up on trying to learn how to wash feather pillows in a washing machine, because it was very difficult to find one in my area that had a good washing cycle. There is not much available in the UK.
I tried again, this time, learning how to wash feather pillows in a washing machine and also how to dry them. I was able to successfully dry them just fine, but when it came to cleaning, I was pretty confused.
I learnt how to clean the feather pillows, but it was a lot of trouble and not an easy one. If I had done this as a child, I would have spent more time looking for the feather pillows and probably ended up getting very dirty.
One thing I learned, though, is that to wash feather pillows in a washing machine can be difficult. They take a long time to come out, and it is very difficult if you want to actually wash them, you must use the dryer.