Pillovely.com products are made in Poland mainly from materials produced in Poland, but also from components imported from other countries.


Textiles contain natural components.

A product is taken off the offer and it is still available till it is sold out.

A new product is available in Pillovely.com offer.

A product is on special offer.

Pillows contain


We use specialized polyester threads which are textured pneumatically.


The pillows are filled with a polyester fiber ball, a polyurethane foam, goose feathers and down.


We provide jacquard, natural, cotton and synthetic textiles.


We use corrugated cardboard made from recyclable waste.

Components of textiles

LIN - Linen

(natural fiber)

VISC - Viscose

(natural fiber)

COT - Cotton

(natural fiber)

PES - Polyester

a subfraction of polyester

Characteristics of textiles - methods of testing

Martindale's Test

A tested fabric is put in a special machine between fabric or sandpaper discs which are used to rub a tested fabric under permanent pressure ratio. Depending on what the strength of the fabric should be, different kinds of rubbing can continue without interruption for many hours or days. Fabric resistance to abrasion is expressed in cycles in Martindale scale (according to PN-EN ISO 12947-2:2000). Fabrics with the resistance to abrasion over 30 000 cycles in Martindale Test are fabrics with a high resistance to abrasion. Fabrics with the resistance to abrasion over 50 000 cycles are fabrics with a very high resistance to abrasion.


This method is used in textile products (fabrics) testing. It is possible to use this method to obtain and describe mechanical characteristics of fabrics produced with the use of other technologies of production. It is not common to run tests on stretching artificial fibre fabrics, geotextiles, nonwoven fabrics, fabrics, textiles, fiberglass fabrics and fabrics made of carbon fibres or polyolefin fibres yarn. This method describes the procedure of testing which allows to present the maximal strength in Grab test both in atmospheric or moistened conditions.

Colour fastness to light test

Colour fastness to electric light: it is a fading test in the light of an arched xenon lamp. There are five methods of irradiating samples and blue woolen patterns and the conditions of irradiating in a camera with an arched xenon lamp which is coolen with water or air. The size of samples and patterns are established What is more, colour fastness to electric light is measured on the eighth degrees of the scale in comparison to the analysis of the colour changing. In order to avoid problems with remembering various results of the methods, it is worth to pay attention to categories to which a particular test belongs to. An A category is the best so fabrics, which obtained this category in most tests are durable and resistant to light.

Care instructions

Do not use bleach

Wash dry manually or use a small amount of water or a wet cloth

Do not wash

Do not iron

Do not tumble dry

Recommended washing powders

A solution of water with soft soap is recommended. We advise against using aggressive washing powders such as Vanish or products containing the bleach.