Quality of Sobakawa's Wheat Hulls
Other wheat hull pillow makers say that their wheat hulls are superior to Sobakawa's. Other brands claim to triple wash and flatten their wheat hulls prior to putting them into their pillows.
Question: Does Sobakawa triple wash their hulls and flatten them like the other "better brands" say that they do?
I would like to know, please.
You might need to contact Sobakawa and get back with me on this one.
Many thanks. I appreciate it.
Best Regards, Richard in Texas
asked 3 years, 3 months ago
on As Seen on TV Sobakawa Buckwheat Hull Pillow, Queen Size
I have owned Sobakawa pillows for 10+years-originals purchased from Home Shopping Network. They are still in perfect condition and as far as I know, they were original makers. I just bought 2 more from Walmart and they seem to be same quality. I don't think there are any "better" brands. They have stayed clean, dust & odor-free for all these years and I cannot say that about regular fiber or down pillows I have owned.
Their flattened out alright but they easily smash between your fingers which under weight would make it a pillow of sawdust with regular use unless your head is very light or a kid uses this
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
- New Jersey
no. its worth the money
answered 2 years, 4 months ago
If the hulls are flattened, they will be prone to slide along each other.
After you shape the pillow to your head and neck, rough hulls will hold that shape much better.
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
- Allentown, PA