When Should You Replace Your Wiper Blades?
Signs To Change Your Wiper Blades
Replacing your windshield wipers aren’t just good overall maintenance for your car. Working windshield wipers are a safety device to help keep you safe on the road no matter the weather. Drivers are recommended to replace windshield wiper blades every 6-12 months. This can vary based on how often you drive, the climate, and the choice of wiper fluid. If your wipers are experiencing any of these issues come into our service center for a brand new working pair.
A Bent Frame
The metal and plastic frmaes of wiper blades can get damaged. Often this can happen when scraping ice in the winter.
If your wipers are leaving streaks it is likely the rubber has hardened and cracked. This along with hot temperatures may cause the glass to become cloudy with a film of salt and grim not being washed away.
Squeaking or Chattering
If you hear squeaking, skipping, or chattering then your wiper blades no longer have a sharp edge. chattering means plastic is dragging across glass.