2 PACK GOOSE FEATHER AND DOWN PILLOWS
These premium pillows are luxuriously soft and great for a lot of reasons.
They are light, fluffy and mouldable. Because the feathers are so soft they fit around your head and neck, providing ultimate comfort and great support.
While most pillows go flat over time, just simply give these a shake and they become fluffy and new.
They are also incredibly durable and will last years, if properly taken care of. You can find how to wash these pillows further down the page.
Duck or Goose Feather – Which is Better?
There are a couple of differences between goose and duck feather.
The main one is the size of the clusters. Goose clusters are larger than duck, meaning less clusters are needed to fill a goose pillow. This makes a lighter pillow and it is down to personal preference if this is an advantage for you.
Down vs Feather
The filling of this pillow is made up of 85% White Goose Feather and 15% White Goose Down, which makes a total of 1000g.
The feathers are found on the outside of the bird, whereas the down is found on the inner layers.
Down is favoured for being slightly softer than feathers, so a mixture of the two makes for a very relaxing night’s sleep.
Luxury 100% Cotton Pillow Fabric
The premium quality does not stop at the filling as the covers of these pillows is made of 100% luxury cotton.
Cotton has so many advantages when it comes to bedding, some of which are:
- Breathability – as cotton is a completely natural material, it does a clever job of absorbing your body heat, keeping you cool and dry all through the night.
- Perfect for Sensitive Skin – cotton is known for its softness and non-irritability as it is naturally hypoallergenic.
- Durability – you will save money in the long run as cotton is incredibly durable and won’t need replacing often.
- Easy to Look After – Cotton is machine washable and easy to dry.
Can You Wash Goose Feather and Down Pillows?
Washing goose feather and down is not as complicated as you might think. If taken care of properly, they can last years.
Here’s the best way to wash them:
- Take them out of their pillowcases.
- Check for any rips or holes and sew them up if you find any.
- Put them into the machine, but don’t overload by putting more than two in at a time.
- Use a low suds basic detergent.
- Select a delicate cycle.
- Put on for another rinse and spin to make sure all the suds have been washed out.
- Once done, place them between two towels and squeeze out the excess water.
- To remove the majority of the water, place in the tumble dryer on a low setting.
- For the remainder, dry in sunlight to kill any remaining bacteria.
2 Pack Goose Feather Pillows
Filling: White Goose Feather (85%) White Goose Down (15%) 1000g
Cover: 100% Cotton 233 Thread Count
Size: 48cm x 74cm