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FAQ
  • Common windshield wiper problems
    The driver complaint about the wipers not clearing the windshield properly is often due to problems with the wiper blade itself. Nicks in the rubber and bent brackets that hold the wiper blade insert are some of the most common problems associated with the windshield wiper that does not clear properly. In many cases replacing the windshield wiper blades will correct both of these conditions.
    Also keep in mind that the rubber on the wiper blades themselves will harden over time which will reduce the efficiency of the blades and can cause extremely irritating noise. As a general rule of thumb I replace my own wiper blades about once a year whether they need it or not.
    When the wiper blades become out of time or do not park low enough or hit a windshield molding this can be a sign of bent parts. Often this can be traced back to the wiper transmission linkage or the arms themselves. The most common cause of bent windshield wiper parts is a driver that does not clear the windshield of built up snow and just turns the wipers on.


  • Best Windshield Wipers – Buyer’s Guide

    Despite being such an easily overlooked safety feature, buying the right type of windshield wiper for your car is something that every car buyer needs to do with some regularity. It’s quite easy to simply go to your local auto parts store, pick out any model of windshield wiper that fits with your car, and walk away not thinking much of it. However, windshield wiper technology has vastly improved the quality and life of most wipers on the market, with some wipers possessing unique and proprietary traits that could very easily change the way you think about your next wiper blade purchase. Many buyer’s guides will talk you through a lot of technical details that you don’t need to know or may not even understand. Here, we’ll break down the basic functions and operations of the blade to help you make you purchase.


  • What will cause the blade to stain the water instead of cleaning the windshield?

          When the leaves are towed instead of removing water, they cause opacity and damage to the visibility, which is usually caused by edges that have worn and are no longer sharp.

  • What can i do to make my wiper more durable?

    Wipe the rubber element with a wet tissue to remove any dust or debris. Use a scraper or a defroster instead of your wiper blade to remove the windshield. To prevent the wiper blade from sticking to the windshield and ice in the winter, remove it from the windshield.

  • Even if one of my wipes is worn more than the other - should I replace my two wipes?

    It is recommended to replace the pair of scrapers. This will help ensure that you have the clearest windshield and the safest field of view when driving. In addition, all the wipes are not equal, which is why we recommend two types of wipers and the same manufacturer.

  • Do I need to clean the windshield before installing a new wiper blade?

    Windshield contamination is a common cause of poor wiper performance, even if the wiper is in good condition. Certain types of contaminants, such as sap, can destroy rubber components in a short time. Therefore, we recommend that you thoroughly clean the windshield before installing a new windshield wiper.

  • How often should I change my wipers?

    It is recommended that wiper blades or refills be changed every 6 months to maintain maximum driving safety. Clear view for driver is  very important

  • Is it sufficient to replace the driver’s side wiper?

    It is recommended to replace the driver’s side and passenger's side wipers at the same time for improved vision and increased safety. Do not forget to replace rear-window wipers as well.

  • Do I need to clean my windshield before installing new wipers?

    Windshield contamination is a common cause for poor wiper performance even if the wipers are still in good shape. Some kinds of contamination, such as tree sap, can destroy the wiping element in a short time. We recommend cleaning the windshield regularly with soap and water or a household glass cleaner.

  • How should I clean my windshield?

    We suggest using the following mild abrasive cleaning solution. It is as follows:

    1 tablespoon of baking soda

    1 teaspoon of dishwashing liquid

    4 cups of water

    Mix the ingredients together and use a soft cloth to wipe down both the windshield and the silicone squeegee on the blades with the cleaning solution. Then rinse thoroughly to get off any excess solution.