Feather Pillows: The Good and The Bad
Feather Pillows That Deliver Sleep Comfort
Feather pillows have been around for quite awhile and people either swear by them or despise them altogether. Most feather pillows either come from duck or geese. It’s true that there is no one size pillow that fits everyone – feather or not.
The lure of feather pillows, especially down feathers, is that they are soft, luxurious, natural, and comfortable. However, if you are dead set on having a pillow that is constructed of man-made materials then you frown upon even the mere mention of the words – feather pillows.
If you’re neutral on the type of pillow to buy this article will enlighten you on the good and the bad where feather pillows are concerned. Just keep in mind the most important things when buying any pillow is that they provide you with the right comfort and support. If the pillow manages to achieve these goals then you’ve got yourself a good pillow. Expect to spend between $50 -$100 on a good feather pillow.
One of the biggest concerns about feather pillows is their maintenance. A lot of people have the mistaken belief that a natural feather fill pillow would require tons of upkeep. The truth is that all it takes to maintain a good down feather pillow is a good pillow protector, pillowcase and a regular fluffing and the pillow will easily last you for a few years.