Your windshield wipers work hard to ensure your ability to see while driving through dust, rain, and snow. The wipers utilize an advanced edge to scrape all of the moisture or debris off the windshield at a constant rate. The wipers are also used to clean the windshield after it is sprayed with washer fluid.
When the edge wears down, your wipers may fail to remove all of the residue and moisture, leaving big smudges across your line of sight. The good news is you can always have your old windshield wipers replaced with new ones by your automotive technician.
There are a number of brand and product line choices when choosing a windshield wiper replacement. The type of windshield wiper you choose directly affects its ability to quickly and efficiently remove moisture and dirt from the glass surface.
Technicians can help you select ideal wipers for your vehicle by identifying the ones that hug the curve of your windshield the best.
Once you have your windshield wipers replaced, your technician will top off your washer fluid and test the functionality of the system. The technician will also check all of the fluid exit points to make sure none of the lines have any clogs that might interrupt the expected spray pattern.
Make sure to use the washer fluid to clean off your windshield and wiper blades regularly to keep residue from clinging to those surfaces permanently.