For light stains, washing the pillow normally can be enough. Please note the manufacturer’s information on the note – mold spores and many bacteria are also killed from 60 degrees. You can also pre-treat the fabric with stain remover sprays designed to prevent sweat stains.
If that didn’t clean satisfactorily, then you’ll need to resort to more aggressive methods before washing. A mixture of hydrogen peroxide and water (1:5 ratio) or vinegar and water (1:3 ratio) can help treat stains. Then put in the washing machine.
Before using the cushions again, they should be completely dry. It is best to leave them in the blazing sun for a long time, because the UV rays also kill germs and also bleach the stains.
Getting rid of mold stains that are older is not easy. If you haven’t washed your pillow for a long time, it may be advisable to buy a new one and cover it with the waterproof pillow cover in the future.