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  • 1. How often should I change my windshield wiper blades?
     

    Inspect windshield wiper arms and blades once a month. Replace your blades if they’re damaged, bent or broken. You should also replace them at least once a year before the cold weather season. Read these tips to learn more about when to change your wiper blades.

  • 2. How do I know when my wipers need to be replaced?
     

    Check your Wipe Away blades regularly (about once a month) to make sure they are in good condition. The lifespan of your wiper blades will greatly depend on the weather. If your windshield wipers are cracked or starting to fray, it’s time to change them. If they are bent, chattering, or streaking you may need to replace them.

  • 3. What are the benefits of the bracketless blade design?
     

    There are lots of benefits to bracketless blades, here are some important ones ...

    • Less snow and ice build-up.
    • Less moving/ breakable parts.
    • Less wind-lift due to aerodynamic design.
    • Uniform pressure across the length of the blade for a streak-free windshield.
  • 4. How do I properly care for my Wipe Away blades?
     

    Wipe your windshield wiper blades every time you fill up with gas. Use paper towel dampened with window washing solution. Lift each blade away from the window and rub the paper towel along the blade.

    Wash your car windows regularly. Removing bird droppings and insect splatters. This will prevent your windshield blades from catching and tearing.

    Only use your wipers when there is enough moisture on your window for them to glide smoothly. In dry weather, make sure you use windshield washer fluid.

    Remove snow and ice from windows before using your windshield wipers and make sure you defrost your car windows long enough to melt the ice before turning wipers on.

    Never use your Wipe Away windshield wipers to remove snow or ice or thick dirt from your windshield. Always use a snow removal tool or a windshield washer for those jobs.