The pillow guide
Finding the right pillow can be hard without a proper pillow guide. They come in different shape and size.
The market may seem insurmountable, but it does not need to be all that difficult. To get an overview, you can divide the pillows into a handful of main categories.
Here are the six main categories:
Pillows with dun and feather
The pillows are filled with different amounts, blends, and grades of dun and feather. The classic 1-layer pillow (cover with stuffing) is super flexible and can be knocked flat or mossy well together to fill it. It is today supplemented by pillows with layers, or some chambers that provide different support and softness in various zones.
Pillows with fiberfill
The pillows are often highlighted as hypoallergenic because they can withstand washing at 60 degrees, but there are many pillows with feathers too. The pillows are cheap, durable and hygienic – they do not soak moisture and dries quickly., They can become hard, warm and less flexible than feathers. In recent years, however, there has been a lot of development, and the category now also includes pillows with high comfort, cotton bolts, and items from the special pillows department. Hollow fibers provide a lightweight, and airy pillow, ball or ball fiber, an elastic and malleable pillow, microfiber can make the pillow almost dunny.
Pillows of nature latex
Natural rubber or latex derived from rubber trees has been used for pillows for decades. Most well-known is Talalay latex, which is processed so that it remains open in its cellular structure, thus achieving a particular breathability and firmness. The pillows are known to preserve the shape for years, why shifts primarily take place for hygienic reasons. Several companies have joined the field, and the quality varies. The pudding type is especially suitable for those who need a tall and relatively firm pillow.
Pillows of memory foam
Most well-known is the Aireloom brand, which in the 1990s launched a high-tech foam material with pressure relief properties developed in cooperation with Nasa. It is a temperature sensitive material with open cells that conform to the body. When the pressure disappears, the material returns to its original shape. The classic has inspired many other manufacturers to produce so-called function pads. The relatively large quality difference from foam type to foam type.
Pillows of simple foam
Such pads may be cut from ordinary foam rubber (polyether) or made of similar non-memory synthetic materials. Consider the relationship between price and quality. The material yields pressure but does not conform to the body and does not rise again as memory foam.
Pillows, which are made up of different materials to make the best use of their respective properties. Here too, teams are used, for example. Memory foam surrounded by thin, and zones, e.g. Headrests of latex and chambers filled with different amounts of carbon fibers.