Cam Lee wrote:Material is recycled from an old sheet, which I think was cotton. I’m liking the buckwheat hulls as a filling, though maybe not for sleeping on.
Hi. I had a pillow filled with buckwheat hulls and I liked it very much. Especially in summer. The pillow stays much cooler than other pillows.
The disadvantage is: a pillow filled with buckwheat hulls is not washable. The hulls inside the pillow stay wet much too long when washed.
That's why I don't have that pillow anymore. But when I can find buckwheat hulls, I will make a new one.
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