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Replace Your Wiper Blades

Windshield wiper blades have been around for over seventy-five years. Today's designs are known for their superior performance and you can count on modern wiper blades to be advanced in both technology and design. Today's blades last about 20% longer than wiper blades avaialble on your father's car. Most wiper blades include a micro finish wiper edge and one step installation. What could be easier?

When replacing your wiper blades the first thing you need to do is to remove the wiper blade refills that are currently on your vehicle. You do this by first pulling each blade arm assembly outward and away from the windshield. Some windshield wiper blade arms have an adapter that connects the blade assembly to the windshield wiper arm. You will need to press the tab on the adapter while sliding the blade insert away from the arm. The package of new refills will likely have a helpful diagram to show you how this is done.

Now you're ready to install your new wiper blades. Take the new blade refills out the package and, one at a time, slide the new blade refill into the wiper arm between the rails on the arm. Make sure each refill is pulled all the way into the wiper arm and then snap them into place with a little push. It's easier to do than describe and within minutes you'll have new wiper refills installed.

Top manufacturers' wiper blades have been fully tested to perform in the worst weather conditions. They've been crafted from very durable and high grade materials. We all know how important it is to have reliable windshield wipers during rainy and stormy weather. If your wiper blades are cracked or broken or not working properly, it could very well lead to an accident. There's nothing worse than not being able to see clearly during a rain or snow storm. It's unsafe not only for you but for the other drivers around you.

Wiper blade assemblies are sold individually and wiper blade refills are commonly sold in pairs. They're reasonably priced and easy to change so why take the chance of bad visibility?
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