How to wash pillows in a front load washer

Inspect your pillows for any holes or tears. If they are damaged, do not machine-wash them as it will make a mess; instead, spot-clean the stains with dish soap and warm water. To scrub out any remaining spots effectively, use a toothbrush. Put the pillows into the washing machine. Wash two at a time to keep the machine balanced, but no more than that, or else overcrowding will prevent anything from getting clean. Use a gentle cycle with warm water and laundry detergent. Take the pillows out of the washer when finished and put them in the dryer. To avoid your pillows’ stuffing from clumping, add a couple of tennis balls to the mix. Afterward, set your dryer on low heat and let them tumble until they’re dried.