How To Fluff Vacuum Sealed Pillows - Basic Guide

Vacuum-sealed pillows are a popular choice for people who want to save space when storing or shipping their pillows. However, these pillows need to be fluffed up before use, as the vacuum-sealing process compresses the filling and can leave the pillow flat and uncomfortable. Our Belem pillows are engineered to provide long-lasting quality. Our sealing technique makes it possible to experience new lengths of incredible softness. This is your guide about DZEE Pillows: Cluster and Fiber Gel.

How to Fluff a Vacuum-Sealed Pillow

Fluffing a vacuum-sealed pillow is a simple process that can be done in a few easy steps. Here's how:

Step 1: Remove the Pillow from its Packaging

The first step is to remove the pillow from its packaging. If the pillow is wrapped in plastic, carefully cut the plastic with scissors to avoid damaging the pillow. Remove any other packaging materials, such as cardboard inserts or foam blocks.

Step 2: Unroll the Pillow

Once you have removed the packaging, unroll the pillow and allow it to expand to its full size. This may take a few minutes, but you can help the process along by gently massaging the pillow with your hands. Go about it in soft, smooth movements rather than aggressive actions such as punching or stretching.

Step 3: Use Your Hands to Fluff the Pillow

After the pillow has expanded, use your hands to fluff it up. Start at the corners and work your way towards the center, using your fingers to pull apart any clumps of filling. Be gentle but firm as you work to restore the pillow's shape.

Step 4: Give the Pillow a Good Shake

Once you have fluffed the pillow with your hands, give it a good shake to distribute the filling evenly. This will help to prevent lumps and ensure that the pillow is comfortable to use. Hold the pillow by the corners and give it a few good shakes, rotating it as you go.

Step 5: Use a Dryer on Low Heat

If the pillow is still not as fluffy as you would like, you can use a dryer on low heat to help fluff it up. Place the pillow in the dryer with a few clean tennis balls or dryer balls, which will help to fluff up the filling. Run the dryer on low heat for a few minutes, checking on the pillow periodically to make sure it doesn't overheat. Be sure to follow our instructions for drying the pillow, as some materials may not be suitable for the dryer.

Step 6: Repeat the Process

If the pillow is still not as fluffy as you would like, repeat the fluffing process with your hands and use the dryer on low heat. Be patient, as it may take a few rounds of fluffing and drying to get the pillow to your desired level of fluffiness. We make sure that our Belem pillows are easy to use and handle.

Tips for Fluffing Vacuum-Sealed Pillows

Tips for Fluffing Vacuum Packed  Pillows

Here are a few tips to help you fluff your vacuum packed pillows effectively on the guide about DZEE Pillows: Cluster and Fiber Gel:

Be patient:

Fluffing a vacuum packed pillow can take some time, significantly if the filling is tightly compressed. Don't rush the process, and be prepared to repeat it a few times if necessary.

Don't overwork the filling: 

While fluffing the pillow thoroughly is important, be careful not to overwork the filling. Too much pressure or friction can cause the filling to clump together and make the pillow lumpy and uncomfortable.

Use a dryer on low heat: 

If the pillow is still not as fluffy as you would like, using a dryer on low heat can be a helpful way to further fluff it up. 

Use tennis balls or dryer balls: 

    Placing a few clean tennis balls or dryer balls in the dryer with the pillow can help to fluff up the filling more effectively. These balls will bounce around in the dryer, helping to break up any clumps of filling and restore the pillow's shape.

    Choose the right pillow for your needs: 

      While vacuum-sealed pillows can be a convenient storage and transportation option, choosing the right pillow for your needs is important. Consider factors like material, size, and firmness when selecting a pillow, as these will all affect your comfort and the longevity of the pillow. Choose the Cluster Fiber or Gel Fiber for pillow fillings that bring better softness and plushness when opening it from its vacuum seal.

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      DZee Home's Vacuum Sealed Pillows

      Fluffing a vacuum-sealed pillow is an essential step in restoring its shape and making it comfortable for use. By following the simple steps outlined above on the guide about DZEE Pillows: Cluster and Fiber Gel, you can quickly and effectively fluff up your vacuum-sealed pillow. With the right approach, you can enjoy a comfortable and supportive pillow for years to come. DZee Home prioritizes your comfort, so either visit our website or contact our professionals to make your order now!

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