Whether they're filled with down feathers, polyester or buckwheat hulls, pillows lose their shape and feel over time and are also nearly impossible to recycle, so do one thing to extend the life of your investment. A pillow protector is an inexpensive way to protect your pillows. These zippered cases wrap around the pillow and have one job: to prevent moisture and allergens from getting inside. Your pillowcase goes over the protector, and together the two will help you get a better -- and more sanitary -- night's sleep.
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