It depends on the type of pillow and its functionality. We would recommend evaluating your pillows occasionally to test for comfort and support. You can do this by checking to see if the batting or foam inside the pillow is lumpy, or for feather pillows if it can still be properly fluffed enough to offer support. If you are especially prone to allergies then you might want to change your pillow more frequently to avoid dust build up that’s inevitable over time. Bottom line, we would recommend changing your pillows every 2-3 years, and once a year if you have trouble with allergies.
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