Cloud Support Twin Pack pillow

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The Cloud Support Twin Pack of pillows offers 2 medium support pillows suitable for most sleepers. Filled with high performance premium hollow fibre that offers extra bounce and long life. The pillows are breathable, resilient and stay fresh whilst keeping their shape even after extended use.

  • Medium fill suitable for most sleepers
  • Suits standard size pillowcase
  • Breathable cotton cover with self-piped edges
  • Twin Pack Value
  • Made in Australia
  • Healthguard® treated to help create a healthy sleeping environment, which is anti-dust mite, anti-bacterial and hypoallergenic.
  • OEKO-TEX® Confidence in Textiles
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"Home Direct is top quality and a super quick delivery to regional NSW.I bought a king sized mattress topper and had 2 free pillows thrown in.I couldn't ask for better service than that."

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"Just had my first night's sleep on the Concierge mattress topper & boy what a sleep I've had, the best night's sleep in a long time. Would recommend this product to all my friends. THANK YOU ONCE AGAIN."

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"The best pillows I have tried!!!! love them. Thanks Nick for the wonderfull service"

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We understand that every sleeper is unique

Sleep in style and comfort without breaking the bank! Whether you prefer firm support, plush comfort, or something in between, we have the perfect pillow for you.

Frequent Asked Questions

Every one or two years for standard pillows. Memory foam pillows can last up to 4 years.

Despite your best efforts, pillows will eventually reach the end of their lifespan. As a general rule of thumb, it's time to replace your pillows when they no longer provide the support and comfort you need, even after cleaning and fluffing.

Cleaning pillows depends on their material. Here's a guide for different types:

1. Memory Foam Pillows:

  • Spot clean as needed with a mild detergent and water.
  • Avoid soaking the pillow; use a damp cloth or sponge to gently clean stains.
  • Allow the pillow to air dry completely before using it again.

2. Microfibre Pillows:

  • Check the care instructions, as some microfibre pillows can be machine washed.
  • Use a gentle cycle with mild detergent.
  • Ensure the pillow is completely dry before using it to prevent mold.

3. Feather and Down Pillows:

  • Check the care label for washing instructions; some may be machine washable.
  • Use a gentle cycle with a small amount of mild detergent.
  • Ensure the pillow is thoroughly dried to prevent clumping; use a dryer on low heat with a couple of tennis balls to fluff the feathers.

4. Wool Pillows:

  • Check the care instructions; some wool pillows may be machine washable.
  • If machine washing, use a gentle cycle with a wool-friendly detergent.
  • Air dry or use a low-heat setting in the dryer to prevent shrinking.

Always follow the care instructions provided by the manufacturer to ensure you clean your pillows effectively without damaging them.

Finding the right pillow is crucial for a good night's sleep. Here are some tips to help you find the perfect pillow for your needs:

1. Consider Your Sleep Position:

  • Different sleep positions require different levels of support.
  • If you sleep on your back, a medium-firm pillow is generally recommended.
  • Side sleepers may benefit from a firmer pillow to maintain proper spinal alignment.
  • Stomach sleepers usually find softer, thinner pillows more comfortable.

2. Determine Your Preferred Pillow Material:

  • Memory foam pillows contour to your head and neck, providing support and comfort.
  • Feather and down pillows are soft and offer good moldability.
  • Latex pillows are firm and supportive, ideal for those with allergies.
  • Microfibre pillows are hypoallergenic and mimic the softness of down.

3. Consider Allergies:

  • If you have allergies, opt for hypoallergenic materials.
  • Pillow protectors can also help reduce exposure to allergens.

4. Check Pillow Size:

Choose a pillow size that complements your bed size. Standard and king are common pillow sizes.

5. Evaluate Filling Density:

The density of the pillow filling affects its firmness. Choose one that feels comfortable and supportive.

6. Replace Regularly:

Pillows have a lifespan of about 1-2 years. If your pillow is lumpy, flat, or causing discomfort, it's time to replace it.

Remember that personal preference plays a significant role in pillow selection. What works for someone else might not work for you. Experiment with different options to find the pillow that provides the support and comfort you need for a good night's sleep.

  • Memory Foam: Known for its contouring properties, memory foam pillows conform to the shape of your head and neck, providing personalised support. They are excellent for relieving pressure points and are popular among those with neck or shoulder pain. However, some people may find them to retain heat.
  • Feather and Down: These pillows offer a softer and more traditional feel. They're highly mouldable, allowing you to fluff and shape them. Feather and down pillows can be a good option if you prefer a plush and adjustable pillow. However, they may not provide the same level of support as memory foam.
  • Latex: Latex pillows are firm and supportive. They are resistant to dust mites and allergens, making them suitable for allergy sufferers. Latex pillows provide a more responsive feel compared to memory foam and are known for their durability.
  • Microfibre: Microfibre pillows are a synthetic alternative to down, offering a hypoallergenic option. They are soft, lightweight, and easy to care for. Microfibre pillows provide a plush feel without the risk of triggering allergies.

Neck pain sufferers often seek pillows that provide proper support and alignment. The "best" pillow for neck pain can vary from person to person, but some options to consider are:

  • Memory Foam Pillows: These pillows contour to the shape of your neck and head, providing personalised support and relieving pressure points. They are often recommended for individuals with neck pain.
  • Latex Pillows: Latex pillows are firm and supportive, promoting proper spinal alignment. They are resistant to dust mites and allergens, making them suitable for those with allergies.
  • Feather or Down Pillows: Some people find comfort in feather or down pillows, especially if they can be fluffed to achieve the desired support. However, these may not provide as much support as memory foam or latex.

It's crucial to consider personal preferences, sleep positions, and the underlying cause of neck pain when choosing a pillow. Consulting with a healthcare professional can help you find the best option for your specific needs.

Yes, there are pillows designed specifically for hot sleepers. These pillows typically feature breathable materials and cooling technologies to regulate temperature and promote airflow. Look for options with moisture-wicking covers or gel-infused memory foam for enhanced heat dissipation. If you're a hot sleeper, explore our collection of cooling pillows for a more comfortable and restful night's sleep

Yes, there are pillows suitable for allergy sufferers. Opt for hypoallergenic pillows that are resistant to dust mites, mould, and other allergens. These pillows often use materials that minimise the risk of triggering allergies, such as latex or synthetic fills. Explore our collection of allergy-friendly pillows for a healthier and more comfortable sleep environment.