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Recent Customer Reviews in Pillow Protectors

  • Nov 17, 2014

    almich  from Michigan, Rating:4.0

    Looks and feels like a good allergy case. But, it is a snug fit on my standard pillows that I have been using for a while. I don't know how it will fit over a new, fluffier pillow. It seemed to have shrank in the drier (low heat). I will try to report back when I have newer pillows. In the meantime, I suggest that you buy these pillows 'cause the price cannot be beat, but opt to size up (just to be sure it fits your pillows well!)

  • Sep 10, 2014

    richierich6  from Buffalo, NY, Rating:4.0

    Nothing fancy but they work, and it's a 2nd layer of protection for the pillow!

  • good value, nice quality

    Jun 14, 2014

    carolrc  from Tn, Rating:5.0

    I'm glad I purchased this pkg. of six. Needed them all. Fabric is fine, good zippers. foam pillows feel better.

  • 100% cotton, does the job, and does it well.

    Sep 1, 2014

    playerpiano  from Port Washington, NY, Rating:4.0

    Yes, the fabric is far from soft cotton sheeting and clearly has a low thread count, but who sleeps directly on pillow protectors, anyway? That's what pillowcases are for, folks. They washed and held up beautifully, and did so in my top-loading HE machine, which is notorious for its mangling capabilities -- so that says something. Not a loose thread to be seen. I'm ordering another set right now.

  • Excellent Quality

    Jun 10, 2014

    map6  from Washington State, Rating:5.0

    These pillow covers are such good quality they actually enhance the use of the pillow you put inside. You could even use them on a bed without adding a pillow case. They wash extremely well.

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