A Chiroflow pillow contains a water layer that causes the pillow to adjust to the shape of your head as you position and re-position yourself on the pillow. Just as with other pillows, the outside of the Chiroflow pillow also collects dirt, loose hairs and sweat from your head. Cleaning the Chiroflow pillow every now and again eliminates particles, bacteria and foul odors, and helps keep the pillow looking and smelling fresh for years to come.
Things You'll Need
Mild non-bleach liquid laundry detergent
Fill your sink with cool to lukewarm water. The Chiroflow website recommends against using water any hotter than 100 degrees Fahrenheit.
Push out all of the water and air from the inside of the pillow. Waiting until all water droplets inside the pill dry is not necessary. Place the cap back over its slot on the pillow before washing.
Add a few drops of the mild bleach-free laundry detergent into the water.
Soak the pillow into the solution. Squeeze the pillow thoroughly while it's underneath the soapy water. Then, allow the pillow to soak for about 30 minutes.
Rinse the pillow thoroughly with cool water. Inspect the pillow after. Re-rinse it if you believe any soap residue remains on the pillow.
Hang the pillow either outside or in a room that's well ventilated. Wait until the pillow is fully dry before using it again.
The Chiroflow website recommends against using both a washing machine and dryer when cleaning these pillows. According to the same website, cleaning the inside of the pillow is not necessary.