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As a safety accessory, you wiper blade must be kept in good working condition to ensure road and driving safety. Located right at the windshield, it is put to work to wipe out debris from blocking your road perspective leaving your windshield relatively clean for clearer field vision. It works hand in wand with windshield washer that spurts out water for more efficient clearing or cleaning. With durable and high grade construction, stock wiper blades yield long lasting and efficient service. But eventually, it will need replacement due to cracking or hardening as a result to constant heat exposure or wetting due to rainfall. Fortunately, OEM match factory wiper blade versions are conveniently available for specific vehicle applications. Wiper blades are commonly crafted from silicone, graphite, and high grade rubbers. Designed for heavy duty work, it is durable enough to offer long lasting and efficient service in scooping water or debris in clearing your windshield. Rubber blades maximize wiping efficiency lasting for up to 5 years of service. Graphite wipers offer high performance at moderate blade price offering more quiet and smooth operation with no streaking. Silicone blades are lightweight and features UV resistance offering much improved contact and wiping efficiency. The rubber part of the wiper is held by a frame addressing the aerodynamic features of your vehicle to be able to hold down the wipers even under high speeds for all weather to winter driving applications. Aside from the durability and functionality features, the product simply looks great on your vehicle. Some designs incorporate LED lights on the frame for added vehicle visibility and welcome accents to your car styling. Once the wipers go bad or beyond repair, immediately find replacement to ensure driving with accurate road perspective to enjoy pleasurable cruising with your ride. Our site offers convenient online shopping for top of the line wiper blade replacement. Click on our online catalog to browse through our selections to find the right design application that best completes your replacement needs.
How to Choose the Right Wiper Blade
Wiper blades play a crucial role in road safety. As rain and snow cloud up the windshield glass and obstruct your view, properly working wiper blades clean and clear your windshield quickly, giving you sharper road vision and steering you away from possible accidents. It'll be a great inconvenience if your wiper blades are already cracked or worn out just when you need to wipe off water and dirt on your windshield. If you're buying a new set, here are the things to consider:
Not all wiper blades will fit and work well with your vehicle; they come in a wide range of sizes and designs. So before you start looking for a new set, find the correct length and size first. The recommended blade specs are usually included in the owner's manual. Wiper blade lengths range from 12 to 24 inches, with the blade positioned on the driver's side a bit longer than the one on the passenger side.
Style and design
Wiper blades are available in different styles and designs. To help you make up your mind, go over the list to choose what's best for your budget and needs.
- Standard rubber - Conventional wiper blades are typically made of rubber. While they fit most kinds of windshield, common problems here are ice buildup on the frame and wind lift. They're not as durable as other types of wiper blades, but they're very affordable. For the budget-conscious, standard rubber wipers are recommended, especially if you're living in a place where it hardly rains or snows.
- Silicone - What's good about silicone wiper blades is that they create water beads that are easier to wipe off. They're a bit more expensive but definitely more durable than the rubber blades, which may easily crack or become stiff when exposed to harsh UV rays. Whether it's hot or cold, silicone wiper blades won't easily tear apart, making them a great option for all-season driving.
- Beam - Beam or flex wiper blades are more expensive, but if you want a sleeker design that looks good on virtually all types of vehicles, these are the best choice. They're great for curved windshields, as they easily conform to their shape. These wiper blades are designed for maximum cleaning. Streaking won't also be a big problem.
- Winter wiper blades - These are economical (they cost almost the same as regular blades), but they are great in keeping the windshield free from snow and ice. Only trouble is, these wiper blades don't easily match the windshield unlike flex or conventional wipers. They may also break when exposed to too much heat.
Type of windshield
Choose wiper blades that conform to the shape of your windshield to ensure the entire glass is cleaned evenly and properly. The best kind should be able to stick to the glass surface even if you're driving at high speed.
- Replace both wiper blades at the same time to guarantee optimum visibility.
- Get a new set every six months to prevent worn-out blades from streaking and damaging the windshield glass.
- Purchase a set that comes with appropriate mounting hardware for easier installation.
Installing Your New Wiper Blades in Four Easy Steps
How to Replace Your Coolant Reservoir
Coolant, also called as antifreeze, serves a dual purpose in keeping your engine running properly. This solution cools and lubricates the metal parts to prevent overheating under extreme heat. During winter months, it acts as the antifreeze that prevents the engine from locking up with ice and becoming frozen. This essential fluid is stored in a container called the coolant reservoir. Once this storage tank leaks or cracks, the engine might suffer from loss of lubrication, overheating, and metal corrosion. Immediately replace a damaged coolant reservoir to prevent engine malfunction. Here are the tools you'll need and the steps in replacing your old coolant reservoir:
Difficulty level: Moderate
Tools that you need:
- Drain pan
- Radiator hose
- New coolant reservoir
Step 1: Allow your engine to cool down for at least an hour prior to doing the replacement. This will allow the coolant to drain back into the engine so that you won't have to dispose a large amount of it. Disconnect the battery for safety purposes.
Step 2: Remove the bolts keeping the coolant reservoir in place but do not remove the coolant hose. Detach the reservoir from the vehicle body. Wrap a rag around the hose first before disconnecting it from the reservoir. Allow the remaining coolant to flow back into the drain pan.
Step 3: Take out the damaged reservoir and drain it of old coolant. Pour the fluid into an air-tight container and screw the top back on tightly. Do not allow the coolant to leak out, as it is highly toxic. Dispose of the container properly.
Step 4: Attach the coolant hose to your radiator and tighten the clamp firmly. Connect the other end of the hose to your new coolant reservoir. Secure it into place using a set of mounting bolts. Tighten all bolts to ensure there are no leaks. Fill the tank with new coolant and run your engine for testing.