Getting Started with Buckwheat Pillows
September 20, 2012 • By
Are you the owner of a new Hullo™ buckwheat pillow? Congratulations!
Here are some important things you should know as you get started:
1. Get Comfortable
Push the sides of Hullo together, creating a tall mound of buckwheat hulls inside. Next, sink your head into the pillow—the fill will slide away, conforming perfectly to the shape of your head, shoulders and neck. If Hullo feels too firm or thick, you may find it preferable to remove some of the buckwheat hull filling. Conversely, if you feel you need a thicker pillow, contact us.
2. Give It Some Time
We’re confident you’ll love Hullo, but because a buckwheat pillow is so different from traditional pillows, it can take some getting used to. Our advice: be patient, experiment with the fill and take your time with it. If you are not satisfied with your Hullo, contact us within 60 days of your purchase for return instructions and a full refund.
3. Take Care
Like any bed pillow, we recommend that you insert Hullo into a traditional pillow case (zipper down) to protect it from oils, dust and dirt. When cleaning is required, first remove the buckwheat hulls from Hullo’s zippered opening. Dump the hulls into a paper grocery bag, wash the fabric shell in cold water, then air-dry. Finally, replace the buckwheat hulls.