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Wiper Blades

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  • Last updated on Oct 23, 2015
Quality wiper blades should evenly and effectively squeegee water out of their path in both directions no matter what speed you're going. Soft rubber compounds necessary for wiper performance are always under attack by road grit, the sun, acid rain, tree sap, ice, and especially winter salt. Of course, if the fastest wiper setting still makes you strain to see, you need to order wiper blades right here today. But unless they let you see very clearly, your wipers are more worn than you think. Ideally, they should be replaced every 6 months. What are the signs of worn wiper blades? If they chatter up and down or squeak, that's caused by friction from dried, hardened rubber. When they streak without twigs and seeds lodged underneath, the blade has become pockmarked from salt, ice, or being yanked free of ice. And if you see overall smearing, the rubber blade has dried and warped causing uneven wear and improper pressure against the glass. We seek to offer you the highest quality wiper blades at excellent value, and that's why we offer Rain-X® wipers in Weatherbeater design with a traditional pressure brace frame, and Latitude blades for the ultimate level of aerodynamic and winter performance. Weatherbeater wiper blades are designed to fit virtually any make and model, and reflect Rain-X's 40 years of specialized engineering in glass cleaning products. Constructed from galvanized steel, the Weatherbeater frame resists rust and corrosion for long-lasting durability.
Quality wiper blades should evenly and effectively squeegee water out of their path in both directions no matter what speed you're going. Soft rubber compounds necessary for wiper performance are always under attack by road grit, the sun, acid...
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