Cotton & Linen Guide - Care and Application

Cotton and linen pillowcases are popular materials for bedding because they are breathable and comfortable on the skin. To ensure that your cotton and linen pillowcases last and retain their colors, it is important to care for them properly. In this guide we will inform you about the care and use, cleaning and other instructions for pillowcases made of cotton and linen.

Care and application

  • It is important to wash pillowcases regularly to remove dirt, dust and bacteria.
  • Before washing, you should turn the pillowcases inside out to protect them and preserve the colors.
  • It is also advisable to close zippers and fasten buttons to avoid damage during washing.
  • To keep the pillowcases soft and fluffy, you can add dryer balls or clean tennis balls while drying.


  • Cotton and linen pillowcases can be washed in the washing machine at a maximum of 40 degrees Celsius.
  • Use mild detergent to preserve the colors of the pillowcases.
  • Do not bleach the pillowcases unless the label specifically says you can.
  • Avoid tumble drying the pillowcases as this may cause shrinkage and deformation. Instead, you should let them air dry.
  • Avoid direct sunlight as this may cause colors to fade.

More information

  • If your cotton and linen pillowcases have stains, you should treat them as soon as possible to prevent the stains from setting. Use a mild detergent and a clean cloth to remove the stain.
  • If you have pets, you should wash the pillowcases more frequently to remove pet hair and odors.
  • It's also a good idea to replace your pillowcases every few months to ensure they stay hygienic and clean.


Cotton and linen pillowcases are easy to care for and long-lasting if cared for properly. Regular washing and careful cleaning can ensure that your pillowcases remain hygienic and clean. We hope this guide has helped you properly care for and clean your cotton and linen pillowcases so that you can enjoy them for a long time.