Wooly Bolas Pillow

PREMIUM ECO WOOL™
DUST MITE & MILDEW RESISTANT 
Wooly bolas some times called wooly down are small wool fluffs that stick to each other. The result is a pillow you can shape however you want. It's a nice and squishy feeling pillow. Each one is hand made with care. Wool is naturally dust mite and mildew resistant. The wooly bolas pillow is machine washable as long as you follow the instructions included with the pillow.

LIGHT FILL: Recommended stomach sleepers.

REGULAR FILL: Recommended for side and back sleepers.

EXTRA THICK FILL: Recommended for side and back sleepers who like thicker pillows.

Product Materials: Natural Wool batting. Covered in a sateen fabric of USDA certified organic cotton fibers.

This pillow contains no flame retardants and is chemical free.

The pillow is hand made in our production studio in Albuquerque, NM.

What is Eco-Wool™? Eco-Wool™ is entirely derived from regional/domestic flocks of sheep that are raised following industry-leading sustainability and cruelty free standards. All of our wool is purchased from the best farms in the country. It is required that the wool has a minimal amount of vegetable matter and is not treated with any harsh chemicals. Carding equipment then removes vegetable matter from the wool in 6 different steps, eventually producing the signature wool batting.

Our Premium Eco Wool™ is domestically sourced. 

Natural fibers will compress over time but it will remain comfortable and supportive.

Washing Instructions:
To wash cotton cover: Remove the wool from cotton cover.  Wash cover in cold water and dry on low to avoid shrinkage.  While cover is washing, place the wool in a pillow case or on a sheet of fabric outside in direct sunlight.  If this is not an option, simply air the wool out indoors inside a storage bin or basket.

To wash wool pillow:  Fill a wash basin with cool water and a small amount of natural wool detergent. Massage the pillow in the water to fully saturate the wool fill.  Once it has been fully saturated, empty out the water and rinse the pillow. Gently press as much water out of the pillow as possible.  We do not recommend ringing the pillow as the agitation can make your wool clusters felt together.  Once you have removed as much water as possible, dump the wool filling into a large storage bin.  We recommend this method so that the pillow case can be washed and dried normally without obtaining water stains.  At this point, you can also sort through the wool and break apart any larger clumps that may have formed during the washing process, then place your wool fill outside in direct sunlight or air out indoors in a warm location.
Once the wool is mostly dry, feel free to return it to your pillow cover and place in the dryer on air dry with dryer balls to complete the drying cycle.  This helps to revitalize the wool, making a soft and fluffy wool pillow.

Collections: Bed Pillows




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