1.- Remove the pillowcase and clean it like other pillowcases.
2.- Then sprinkle baking soda on the pillow to completely cover it and let it stand for at least one hour, then use the vacuum cleaner on the vacuum cleaner or a handheld vacuum cleaner to take it out, and then repeat the process on the other side.
3.- Mix a small amount of mild detergent (1 teaspoon per gallon) in a bowl of warm water to remove any stains that may be left on the pillow, soak a clean white cloth in the detergent solution (make sure there is little moisture) to avoid damaging the foam as much as possible ), rub lightly from the outside of the stain to the center, and continue to move to the clean area while transferring the stain.
4.- If the stain still cannot be removed, please gently spray the pillow with an enzyme cleaner and let it stand for five minutes, which may work well.
5.- After the stain disappears, soak a clean white cloth in white water and blot it dry to remove all remaining soap.
6.-Then let the pillow dry completely, and quickly vacuum before use or use a hair dryer placed in a “cool” state.
When the pillow gets dirty, another way to clean it is:
1.- Fill a large sink or bathtub with warm water and a small amount of mild detergent.
2.- Submerge the pillow completely and gently squeeze it so that the cleaning solution passes through the foam.
3.- Rinse the pillow several times until the water flow is clean, and then gently squeeze to remove the water to avoid distortion and damage.
4.- Let the pillow dry on a ventilated surface, you can use a portable fan to speed up the drying process, depending on the thickness of the foam, the drying process may take up to 24 hours