Last updated on October 21st, 2023 at 10:27 pm
With the rise of backyard gardening, more and more people are composting organic material in their gardens.
With the proper care, it is possible to compost feather pillows.
Feather pillows are typically made of the same material as most pillows. They can be thrown in the compost pile with regular household waste and produce a natural fertilizer.
Leaves are compostable, but what about feathers? Yes, you can compost feathers. As with any other organic matter, you need a lot of nitrogen to keep the decomposition process going. Feathers are made up of keratin which is high in nitrogen and makes them a great addition to your compost pile.
How to Compost Your Pillows
A lot of people think that composting is a complicated process that requires a lot of time and effort. But composting your pillows is as easy as cutting them up and throwing them in the garden and waiting for them to decompose.
Pillow composting is an excellent way to get rid of old pillows, or ones that are no longer comfortable for you. It also helps reduce the amount of waste produced in landfills.
How long do pillows take to turn into compost
Pillows are full of high-quality, natural fibers that break down easily to make perfect compost. Pillows can be put into a compost heap or into the ground as mulch in gardens. They will typically disintegrate within 6 to 12 weeks.