Fiber pillows are here, but what’s the fuss about?

By MICHAEL BROWNAssociated PressPublished Aug. 25, 2018 12:35:19Fiber pillows have arrived in the United States, but the product may be just as popular in other countries.

The first such products were made in China.

They’re called “fiber pillow” and have become a big hit with customers.

They include sleeping bags, comforters and pillow covers.

But, like many products, they have some serious drawbacks.

Most fiber pillows come with a synthetic material, called cellulose.

That can be used to make the fabric stronger.

But if that material is not used properly, it can also degrade, making the product less effective as a pillow.

But for some consumers, it is not that bad.

“I’ve been using it for a long time and it does the job and it’s cheap,” said Elizabeth Williams, a customer of a pillow company in Kansas City, Mo.

She said the product has been working for her for the past year.

“When it was made it was supposed to last for a year, but now, I use it for two months and it has worked,” said Williams.

The downside is that the pillows can be quite warm.

Williams said she has been able to put the product in a sleeping bag to warm it up.

There are a few other problems with fiber pillow products.

They are not waterproof and can easily get wet.

The material can also be hard to clean.

It’s not the most durable product out there, and it can be hard for people with sensitive skin to breathe in.

But there are other products out there that are making a comeback, like the synthetic versions of soft pillow covers and comforter covers.

So, how can consumers use these products?

They are available in many types of shapes and sizes, and they are designed to be comfortable, soft and comfortable.

And the fabric is soft enough that it won’t tear or scratch.

There’s also some information about the pillow industry and the costs involved.

Here are some of the main questions people have about fiber pillOWL products:What are the fiber pillowing materials used for?

What are some common issues with fiber pillow manufacturers?

What do consumers think of fiber pill pillows?