A memory-foam pillow offers a sleek alternative to a traditional stuffed pillow. Contouring around you, it adjusts to your head, making the pillow both comfortable and supportive. If your memory-foam pillow gets wet, its dense material can take a long time to dry on its own. For the sake of not sleeping on a damp pillow tonight, help the drying process along.
Remove the pillowcase from the memory-foam pillow and set it aside to be washed and dried.
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Wring out the pillow with your hands over the sink or outside. Squeeze out as much moisture as possible.
Set the memory-foam pillow outside in the sunlight. The sun will heat the pillow and dry it out. Set the pillow in a dry, well-ventilated area if the day is overcast.
Leave the pillow in the sunlight or dry, well-ventilated area for at least four hours.
Check the memory-foam pillow before using it. Press the foam between your hands to feel for moisture. If moisture remains, repeat steps 2 and 3 until it does not.