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Introduction to Basic Care and Materials

1. Tips for caring for bedding

  • It is recommended that all new bedding be washed once before use.
  • When cleaning bedding, please follow the instructions on the wash water label on the product.
  • Please wash it separately from other clothes. Light-colored, dark-colored, or brightly colored bedding should also be handled separately.
  • It is recommended to turn the bedding over and wash it on its back, preferably in a laundry bag.
  • Do not use laundry detergents that contain softeners, bleach, or other harsh chemicals.
  • Do not soak bedding for an extended period. Remove it promptly and dry it after cleaning.
  • Do not expose it directly to sunlight and refrain from using high-temperature drying.

Please follow the washing instructions on the label for product care.



Will the bedding shrink?

Shrinkage is a phenomenon wherein the length or width of textiles undergoes changes after processes such as washing, dehydration, and drying. The degree of shrinkage is influenced by various factors, including the types of fibers, the fabric's structure, and the external forces experienced during processing. Generally speaking, shrinkage issues exist in most fabrics. Different fabrics will have different shrinkage rates. The shrinkage rate of fabrics refers to the percentage of fabric shrinkage after washing or soaking in water.The shrinkage rate of bedding normally ranges from 3% to 5%.


2. What is thread count? Is a higher thread count better?

The thread count is the number of threads, and it is a crucial factor in evaluating the comfort of bedding, as it represents the total number of threads, both vertical and horizontal, in a specific area. A higher thread count results in improved texture and a softer feel to the touch.

The thread count of Cherry bedding is determined by counting the number of threads within a 10cm (vertical) x 10cm (horizontal) area, totaling 100cm². This involves observing both vertical and horizontal threads under a microscope and then adding the counts from both directions together.

This calculation method adopts the "Threads per unit length" AS 2001.2.5-1991, Method C standard for fabric thread count (density). )

The thread count of bedding available on the market can range from as low as 50 or 60 to as high as more than 1,000, with prices varying greatly. Typically, a thread count of more than 250 is necessary for the bedding to feel smooth and acceptable for sleeping, and the entry-level model for comfortable high-end bedding starts at 300 threads. Yarns are categorized as single strands or double strands. When a counter advertises 600 strands of yarn, it could refer to a total of 600 warp and weft threads, or it might be 300 strands of warp and 300 strands of weft, counted as double strands to reach 600. Therefore, it is advisable to clarify with the salesperson before making a purchase.

After being immersed in water, the thread count of pure cotton bedding tightens. While this change may not affect the appearance, the touch becomes softer and more delicate. The calculation of thread count can also be used for blended fabrics. For example, the thread count of polyester fiber can reach up to 300 yarns to enhance fineness and strength. The cost is only half of cotton, but it cannot provide the same comfort as pure cotton. Therefore, the number of yarns must be considered together with variables such as material when making a purchase.

3. What are the benefits of pure cotton?

純棉織物是以棉花原料 ,通過織機,由經緯紗縱橫相互交織而成的紡織品。

Pure cotton fabric is a textile made from the raw material of cotton and made of warp and weft yarns interwoven vertically and horizontally through a loom.

Cotton fiber has better hygroscopicity. Under normal conditions, the fiber can absorb moisture from the surrounding air, reaching a moisture content of 8-10%. Consequently, when in contact with human skin, it imparts a soft, but not stiff, sensation. If the humidity of cotton cloth increases and the surrounding temperature is higher, all the moisture contained in the fiber will evaporate and dissipate, keeping the fabric in a water-balance state and making people feel comfortable.

Cotton fiber exhibits a low thermal conductivity coefficient due to its poor conduction of heat and electricity. Additionally, cotton fiber is porous and possesses high elasticity, allowing a significant accumulation of air between the fibers. As air is a poor conductor of heat and electricity, pure cotton fiber textiles exhibit excellent moisture retention. Bedding made from pure cotton provides warmth to individuals.

Pure cotton textiles exhibit excellent heat resistance. Temperatures below 110°C only lead to the evaporation of water on the fabric without causing damage to the fibers. Consequently, pure cotton textiles can be used at room temperature. Processes such as washing, printing, and dyeing do not adversely affect the textiles, thereby enhancing their features of being washable and durable.

Cotton fiber exhibits greater resistance to alkalinity, remaining undamaged in alkaline solutions. This property is beneficial for cleaning, disinfecting, and removing impurities after use. Furthermore, pure cotton textiles can undergo dyeing, printing, and various technique processes, enabling the production of diverse varieties of cotton fabrics.

Cotton fiber is a natural fiber composed mainly of cellulose, along with small amounts of waxy substances, nitrogen-containing compounds, and pectin. Pure cotton textiles have undergone extensive testing and practical use, demonstrating no irritation or side effects upon contact with the skin. Moreover, long-term use is not only harmless but also beneficial to the human body.

Cotton can be divided into long fiber and short fiber. Short fiber is not strong enough. Although it is possible to make bedding with a high thread count, sheets made from this material will become old very quickly after being washed. Additionally, consumers often hear the term combed cotton, but what does combed mean? Generally, untreated cotton fiber contains many impurities, and the fiber is of different lengths. Therefore, a combing machine can be used to remove the impurities and comb the cotton fiber to spin a more uniform and fine-combed cotton yarn. During the combing process, about a quarter of the short fibers will be removed, which adds to the production cost; hence, the price of combed yarn bedding is relatively expensive.

4. What are plain weave, twill weave, and satin weave?

Plain weave, also known as cross weave, is composed of 2 warp threads and 2 weft threads intertwined with each other. It is the most common type of textile weave. Additionally, it boasts a strong structure, making it more wear-resistant and less prone to loosening than other weaves. Its smooth surface serves as an ideal background for printing and embossed patterns pattern designs, although it is more prone to wrinkles than other weaves.

Twill weave is composed of 3 warp threads and 3 weft threads. In the same unit area, the number of interlacing warp and weft threads is less than that of plain weave but more than satin weave, resulting in a denser, thicker, and more durable fabric. Due to having more surfaced warp and weft threads compared to plain weave, twill fabric exhibits better surface gloss, making it soft and less prone to wrinkles. Twill fabric is rarely paired with printing to avoid overwhelming patterns and to preserve the brilliance of printed patterns.

A satin weave, commonly referred to as Satin in the market, indicates that the intersection points of warp and weft threads are neither connected nor adjacent. This weave is composed of at least 5 warp threads and 5 weft threads. Satin weave features few intersection points, resulting in high softness. Moreover, it is less prone to wrinkles and lint, giving it a more shiny appearance. However, the cloth's wear resistance is reduced. Notably, the color of the front and back sides can differ.

5. 匹馬棉是什麼?

Leader Among Cottons ‧ Thoughtful Enjoyment

Cherry is the first in Hong Kong to introduce the world's top-class cotton and has created the innovative "1600-Thread Pima Cotton Bedding Series."

Pima Cotton is an ultra-long cotton fiber found among fine velvet fibers. Accounting for only 3% of the world's total cotton output, it is considered the finest among cotton varieties. It is 100% natural and can be hailed as the premier choice in the realm of cotton. It is island-type cotton that mainly grows in the alpine areas of the western United States. This cotton variety exhibits strong vitality, enabling it to withstand various weather changes. Furthermore, prolonged exposure to sunshine contributes to its high maturity. 

Its unique fibers are slender and longer than those of common cotton, giving it an elegant luster. Moreover, its natural toughness and elasticity surpass that of common cotton, resulting in a soft and smooth touch. Its hygroscopicity and anti-static functions are superior to those of common cotton, making beddings crafted from it more comfortable and durable. This brings you an intimate enjoyment of quality sleep!

  • Mainly cultivated in the western highlands of the United States, this type of cotton comprises only 3% of global cotton production, making it exceptionally precious
  • Being 35% slimmer than common cotton, it offers an excellent hand feel. Not only is it highly skin-friendly, but it is also resistant to pilling
  • Its long fibers and even yarn thickness allow the fabric to absorb dye evenly, making the color bright, long-lasting, and more lustrous
  • With a flexibility that surpasses common cotton by 45%, it boasts increased elasticity, comfort, and durability

6. What is jacquard? How does it differ from printing?

The biggest difference between jacquard and printing is that jacquard refers to the pattern that is "woven" into the fabric, whereas printed patterns are applied through a "printing and dyeing" process. Jacquard fabrics can be woven by using plain, twill, or satin weave, showcasing the cloth's beautiful design by using different textile techniques. The meticulous and complicated craftsmanship behind jacquard imparts a three-dimensional quality that is visually and tactilely appealing. Additionally, the interplay of light on jacquard fabric results in dynamic changes, contributing to its widespread popularity.

7. What is Tencel? What are its benefits?

Tencel® is the latest organic and natural plant fiber in the 21st century, with a unique nanofiber structure, extracted from the wood pulp of trees artificially planted without containing toxic substances. Featuring unique nanofiber technology, it provides an excellent humidity regulation function. This enables the fiber to absorb water evenly in a 100% natural way and release it back to the air effectively and quickly. The thermal regulation function effectively retains heat in cold environments, contributing to its ability to keep you warm in winter and cool in summer. These properties collectively create a dry and comfortable sleeping environment. Furthermore, the manufacturing process emphasizes environmental protection, ensuring that it is toxic-free and pollution-free. The product is made from 100% organic natural plant fiber, representing a revolutionary, green, and environmentally friendly solution for the new century.

In addition to the excellent properties of pure cotton, Tencel® also has the ability to improve the poor hygroscopicity of pure cotton, making it highly hygroscopic and breathable, with a smooth feel and elegant drape. Thanks to its unique innate features, Tencel® excels in both moisture absorption and the subsequent removal of moisture into the air. When placed in a dry environment for an extended period, it can effectively prevent the growth of bacteria, showcasing its remarkable anti-fungal and antibacterial effects. This fully demonstrates the natural efficacy of Tencel®. At the same time, the soft and smooth fabric surface made of pure cotton jacquard contributes to a comfortable, soft, smooth, and delicate touch.

8. What is reactive dye printing?

Reactive dye printing is also called reactive dyes, which contains reactive groups that can react with fiber molecules.

During the dyeing and printing process, the active groups of the dye bond with the fiber molecules, integrating dye and fiber into one. Consequently, the fabric exhibits excellent dust-proof performance, high cleanliness, and resistance to fading even after prolonged washing.

There are two main methods of fabric printing and dyeing. One is traditional paint dye printing, and the opposite method is reactive dye printing. Without the addition of azo and formaldehyde during the dye printing process, reactive dye printing does not contain substances harmful to the human body. Moreover, the printed colors will not fade or shrink when washed. The difference between reactive dye printing and paint dye printing is that the hand feel of reactive dye printing is smooth and soft. Generally speaking, the fabric produced through reactive dye printing resembles mercerized cotton, exhibiting a favorable dye printing effect on both the front and back sides. Conversely, paint dye printing yields a stiff feel, resembling an ink painting effect in appearance.

Reactive dye printing means that during the dyeing and printing process, the active groups of the dye bond with the fiber molecules, integrating dye and fiber into one. Consequently, the fabric exhibits excellent dust-proof performance, high cleanliness, and high color fastness. The cost is definitely higher than that of paint dye printing. Reactive dye printing offers numerous advantages compared to paint dye printing, including good air permeability, excellent color fastness, and a soft hand feel. However, there are also problems, such as a cumbersome printing technique, a lengthy process, and difficulties in processing.

Generally, reactive dye printing can ensure environmental friendliness and harmlessness to humans. The color and hand feel of the fabric are also improved, eliminating the non-uniform touch of being both hard and soft.


1. How to choose a duvet?

The most basic way to judge the warmth and quality of a duvet is to check its down content. A ratio of 50/50 means that the duvet comprises 50% down and 50% feathers, while 90/10 indicates that it contains 90% down and 10% feathers. The higher the down content, the warmer the duvet will be, but it will also come with a higher price. Secondly, attention should be paid to the origin of the down. Duvet fillings available in the market primarily originate from Southeast Asia and Mainland China. However, superior raw materials, characterized by a white color and high down content, are sourced from the frigid zones of Hungary, Poland, Russia, Germany, and other regions. Owing to the different geographical environment and climate in different regions, the warmth provided by the down also varies.

Due to its composition of 100% natural fillings, a sealed duvet may initially emit a slight natural down smell upon opening. However, this scent will dissipate after the duvet is placed in a well-ventilated area for a while. If a strong and persistent odor is detected at a close distance, it is advisable to refrain from making the purchase. Flatten the duvet and pat it gently to test its resilience. The fluffier the duvet, the better its quality. Shake it and turn it over first to check for any down loss. Generally, a small amount of feathers fluttering is normal and unavoidable. However, if the feathers are flying everywhere, you should avoid buying it.

Finally, you can use your hands to feel the touch and breathability of the cover. Some duvet fabrics are made of artificial fibers. Although they will not shed lint, they are not breathable, making them extremely stuffy and uncomfortable to sleep under. It is recommended to choose a duvet made of pure cotton with a leak-proof cover.

2. What is the filling of a duvet?

The primary filling for duvets is either goose or duck down. When comparing the two, goose down emerges as a superior filling in comparison to duck down. However, regardless of the type of duvet, the main quality indicator is the down content. Typically, duvets with more than 50% down content are considered high-quality.

The down harvested from a goose or duck that can be used may weigh less than 10 grams. Producing a down quilt requires the raw materials from hundreds of waterfowl. The raw materials for down products primarily originate from Southeast Asia and Mainland China. However, superior raw materials, characterized by a white color and high down content, are sourced from the frigid zones of Hungary, Poland, Russia, Germany, and other regions. You can inquire with the salesperson when making a purchase.

3. Why are there various duvets with differing down content available for sale in the market, and what are the distinctions between them?

The ingredients of duvets on the market are graded based on the <down/feather> ratio. The higher the down ratio, the better the grade. You can see that there are 50% to 98% down duvets on the market. A ratio of 50% means that the duvet uses 50% down and 50% feathers. A ratio of 98% means it contains 98% down and 2% semiplume. Down quilts with various fill contents cater to the specific needs of different individuals. Using Hong Kong as an example, it is situated in a subtropical area. Typically, even during winter, unless you are exceptionally sensitive to cold and require a 90% or even 98% down quilt, a duvet with a down content of 70% should suffice.

The down harvested from a goose or duck that can be used may weigh less than 10 grams. Producing a down quilt requires the raw materials from hundreds of waterfowl. The raw materials for down products primarily originate from Southeast Asia and Mainland China. However, superior raw materials, characterized by a white color and high down content, are sourced from the frigid zones of Hungary, Poland, Russia, Germany, and other regions. You can inquire with the salesperson when making a purchase.

4. What are the advantages of duvet?

The filling in the duvet, known as down, is uniquely sensitive to air temperature. In cold weather, the tiny pores of the down automatically close to block external cold air, providing instant warmth. In hot weather, the down automatically opens to release hot air, regulating the temperature and maintaining a comfortable sleep for the human body. Due to its temperature-regulating properties, it is especially suitable for people who have difficulty falling asleep due to either cold hands and feet or a tendency to sweat.

The duvet is light and soft, weighing about half as much as an ordinary quilt. It not only lacks oppressiveness (especially suitable for the elderly and children) but also conforms well to the body, preventing cold air from penetrating through the shoulders.

Down can fully absorb the sweat emitted during sleep and dissipate it immediately. Its extremely high moisture absorption rate is about twice as high as that of other quilts, keeping you “dry and comfortable” at all times.

Due to its light texture and non-oppressive nature, it can assist the human body in maintaining normal blood pressure. It is suitable for individuals with high blood pressure, joint diseases, and shoulder pain. Additionally, it is especially well-suited for use in air-conditioned rooms, preventing coldness during night sleep and creating a more pleasant and comfortable sleep.

After undergoing special sanitary treatment, including sterilization, insect prevention, and mildew prevention, the material is dust-free and sterile, without any side effects. The down exhibits instant recovery and elasticity, and it is not prone to hardening, deforming, or forming lumps over time. Therefore, it can be used for more than 20 years.

With strong resistance to pressure, the duvet, once folded, will not take up much space and is easy to store

Down is an animal protein fiber that typically contains about 1% oil to maintain its durability after washing. Consequently, there may be a slight natural body odor when taken out of the bag or during seasons of high humidity. However, this odor will gradually fade away with use. If the duvet develops a smell, take it outside and allow the wind to blow air through it to dehumidify.

In terms of storage, do not store it in a closed, humid, or dark place. Dry it in the shade before use or storage.

5. How to maintain and clean a duvet?

Maintaining a duvet is very simple. Proper maintenance and cleaning will not only extend the life of the duvet but also ensure stable and reliable sleep quality for you.

First, tap it a few times when taking it out of the compression bag, and the duvet will assume its characteristic fluffy shape. If a part of the duvet is subjected to strong impact, the feathers may temporarily shift. Simply patting it flat before tucking yourself in will make it more comfortable and provide a snug fit. When humidity is high, you can lay the duvet flat on the bed for indoor dehumidification. Alternatively, when the weather is good, take it to a well-ventilated area to dry in the shade, achieving the drying effect. However, be cautious not to expose it directly to the sun, as this can make the down and feathers fibers fragile, thus affecting the fluffiness and warmth that the duvet should provide.

Take care to ensure that children do not pierce or cut the duvet directly with needles or sharp objects. Additionally, refrain from smoking on the bed. It is recommended to use a quilt cover for regular use. If there are stains that need cleaning, simply wash the quilt cover

6. I just bought a duvet and noticed a strange smell when I got home. Is this normal?

Because the duvet you just purchased was stored in a handbag, there might be some odors due to poor air permeability. This is normal, so please don’t worry! When the humidity is high, duvets sometimes produce odors due to their special function of absorbing moisture. As long as they are exposed to the sun or used, the odors will naturally disappear. For those with heightened sensitivity to odors, you can fold the duvet in threes and press it lightly. This allows the odor inside the quilt to escape, allowing fresh air to enter. It can be used after consistent exposure to sunlight for three to four hours.

7. Why does down sometimes leak out of my duvet?

Leakage of down and feathers from your duvet may result from a torn cover accidentally scratched by a sharp or hard object. Attempting to repair it using needles and threads, or sewing the duvet cover directly onto the duvet, should be avoided once it is scratched. Even if the holes are only pinhole-sized, some small feathers may still leak through. It is recommended to contact a professional repairman or purchase a new duvet.

Wool Quilt

1. How to choose and buy a wool quilt?

Typically, a wool quilt has a zipper on its side. After opening it:

First, observe the color of the wool. Authentic Australian 9-month-old lamb wool is typically off-white. If the wool appears too white, it suggests lower quality, as excessive decontamination and impurity removal procedures may damage the surface protein.

Second, check the thickness and length of the fiber. According to the certification regulations of the International Wool Secretariat, wool with a length of 2 to 3 inches and a fineness of 28 to 32 microns is typically most suitable for wool quilts. Fiber is not beneficial when it is either too fine or too thick.

Third, examine the wrapping fabric. The outer fabric should not be coated, similar to light-proof curtains. If it is coated, there is likelihood that the grease rate and impurity removal of the inner wool will be inadequate. Therefore, utilize the outer layer to prevent leakage.

Smell the wool quilt; carbonized, cleaned, and combed wool will not have any odor, including the scent of sheep.

Feel the softness of the covering cloth. If the quilt is hard or brittle, there is likelihood that the fabric has a sponge or coating. Such quilts have poor comfort and may have excessive formaldehyde.

2. What are the advantages of wool quilt?

Wool is highly elastic, allowing it to accommodate a large amount of air and block the entry of cold air from the outside. Additionally, wool possesses low thermal conductivity, and this property does not sharply increase after absorbing sweat. The sweat emitted by the human body can be fully absorbed and evaporated through exchange, keeping the bed dry and comfortable. Wool quilts, owing to their high elasticity and thermal insulation capabilities, not only boast superior thermal insulation effects but also possess a light, soft, and warm texture.

Wool fiber is composed of protein cellulose in a spiral shape. Its pressure resistance, brought about by its crimping characteristics, enables a wool quilt to be used for a long time while maintaining fluffiness and elasticity. Wool is a natural animal fiber composed of organic keratin fibers, and it has the advantage of being non-flammable, making it the safest option compared to other fibers.

The wool used in wool quilts has been treated with insect repellent and is easy to store. It only takes one to two hours of exposure to sunlight to sterilize and remove moisture, thereby restoring the elasticity of the wool quilt.

In addition to the above advantages, experiments have also proven that using wool quilts can stabilize the heartbeat rate during sleep. This is particularly beneficial for the elderly and rheumatic patients, as they can experience improved physiological health effects and enjoy a comfortable sleep after using wool quilts.

Silk Quilt and Nano Quilt

1. 使用及保養蠶絲被的要點

The silk quilt has always been regarded as high-quality, expensive, high-end bedding, thanks to its innate characteristics such as health benefits, environmental friendliness, comfort, warmth, and high quality. According to professionals, the daily life aspects of using, cleaning, drying, storing, and removing wrinkles from silk quilts require careful attention.

  1. Use: The silk quilt core should be covered with a quilt cover before use; otherwise, it will be easily contaminated with dust and stains. Avoid pressing down on the quilt while sleeping to maintain the fluffiness of the silk filling. When children use silk quilts, take measures to prevent bed-wetting and discourage jumping around on the quilt.
  2. Cleaning: If the quilt cover is dirty, it can be cleaned by washing it with cold water. If there are stains, you can use a neutral detergent to wipe the affected area and then dry it in the sun. For large stains, it is recommended to go to a dry cleaner to wipe it with a special solution.
  3. Drying: The freshly crafted silk quilt has a smell reminiscent of silkworm chrysalises. Place it in a well-ventilated area and allow it to air-dry for two days. While silk quilts shouldn't be exposed to the sun for extended periods, it's advisable to let them receive two hours of sunlight every two weeks. Failure to do so may lead to mold on the quilt cover if it becomes damp. After drying in the sun, gently pat the quilt with your hands to maintain its fluffiness.
  4. Storage: Do not store silk quilt in a humid or muggy environment, and avoid placing it in a plastic bag to prevent it from becoming damp, thereby developing an odor and losing its warmth and breathability. Additionally, refrain from heavily pressing or placing heavy objects on top of the quilt to prevent it from becoming thin and hard. Avoid using chemical substances, like mothballs, as they may have a potential impact on silk.
  5. Wrinkle Removal: The inner cover of silk quilts is predominantly composed of cotton, making it susceptible to wrinkling. During packaging and transportation, the fabric may become uneven due to compression. You can simply hang the quilt and blow with a hair dryer. The cotton fabric will swiftly regain its flatness.

2. How to clean silk quilt?

Typically, silk quilts cannot be washed and should only be treated with dry cleaning or taken to a professional laundry-shop. If the area of soiling is not extensive, you can also use a cotton cloth dipped in a diluted detergent to gently wipe away the dirt by patting it. It is recommended that, after cleaning, the quilt be dried quickly in a sunny place and patted periodically to restore its softness and fluffiness.

3. What is nano quilt? What filling does it contain?

The nano quilt is crafted from superfine fibers extracted using the latest synthetic microfiber silk technology as filling. The surface fabric is composed of peach velvet, providing a soft and delicate touch.

The filling material of the nano quilt is microfiber, which is only one percent of the diameter of a human hair, providing a soft and smooth touch. Due to the unique structure of the fiber, it possesses the ability to absorb moisture, wick sweat, and regulate body temperature.


1. What’s inside the Space Neck Pillow (Binchotan)?

The pillow core of the Space Neck Pillow (Binchotan) is made of space cotton, also known as memory foam. This material is a viscoelastic, temperature-sensitive substance, distinct from ordinary sponge foam. Its properties as a viscoelastic material not only impede the flow and alteration of its shape but also enable it to regain its original form or state after deformation.

The unique properties of space cotton make it an excellent pressure-relieving material, enhancing user comfort and providing optimal support. It is commonly utilized in crafting bedding items, including pillows and mattresses.

In addition to using space cotton as its pillow core, the Space Neck Pillow (Binchotan) achieves a breakthrough by incorporating Binchotan charcoal into the space cotton. This unique combination not only allows the product to possess the various benefits of space cotton but also provides additional functions, such as absorbing moisture, deodorizing, alleviating brain fatigue, and promoting sleep.

2. What are the benefits of the Space Neck Pillow (Binchotan)?

  1. Combined with mechanical and ergonomic design, the 40-degree elevation angle fully conforms to the physiological curve of the head and neck.
  2. The higher end is used to support the neck, while the lower end is designed for cradling the head. This provides perfect support for both the head and cervical vertebrae, effectively relaxing the muscles and nerves in the head, neck, and shoulders.
  3. It can prevent and eliminate fatigue and aches caused by bad sleeping habits, such as using high pillows, adopting poor sleeping postures, and using unreasonable pillow designs.
  4. It is especially suitable for individuals prone to insomnia, stiff neck, cervical spine patients, desk workers, drivers, etc., allowing you to enjoy healthier and more comfortable sleep.

3. Get to know natural latex pillows Why aren't natural latex pillows completely smooth?

Why aren't natural latex pillows completely smooth?    

Pure natural latex pillows are manufactured through a one-time vacuum foaming and shaping process. Bubbles may arise during the foaming process, and each mould used for glue injection production contains glue injection holes and mould-closing gaps.

Therefore, it is normal for irregular small tear holes, particles, or missing corners to appear on the pillow surface after demolding.

The surface of each latex pillow may exhibit slight unevenness, which is not indicative of a quality issue and will not impact its functionality.


The smell of latex - Everyone has different feelings about the unique fragrance of latex. Due to its property of absorbing surrounding odours, it is not harmful to the human body, so there is no need to worry about it.

Latex pillows will turn yellow after being used for a long time - This is because latex will naturally oxidize after extended contact with air. This condition does not affect the functionality of the product.

4. How to clean latex pillows

Latex pillows should be used with pillowcases to prevent the pillow cores from getting stained. Only the pillowcases need to be cleaned regularly.

It is not recommended to clean the latex pillow core directly with water. If it is necessary to clean the pillow core, please use a wet towel dipped in neutral detergent to gently wipe the dirty area. Rinse the stained portion with clean water, squeeze out the water, and then leave it to dry in a cool place.

Note: Latex pillow cores should be kept away from direct sunlight to prevent natural latex from vaporizing and turning into yellow or powder. Latex-containing moisture will harden after exposure to sunlight.

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