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5 Things You Didn’t Know About Wiper Blades

5 Things You Didn't Know About Wiper Blades

Wiper Blades were invented by a Woman

Back in 1903, a woman named Mary Anderson, an American inventor, invented the first operational windscreen wiper.

All credits to her. Her invention is great and improvements have been made to it, but we made it better.

More information about the wiper blade developments since then can be found here; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windscreen_wiper

 

Most modern wiper blades cannot be refilled
99% of modern wiper blades are made to be changed when they are worn out, they don’t give you the ability to change the rubber alone.

We’ve made our wiper blades so that you can remove the rubber and replace it with new rubber.

 

Conventional frame wiper blades allow water through the frame

All conventional frame wiper blades have gaps in the frame assembly which allow water to pass through, affecting your visibility of the road.

This picture shows what can happen in this scenario.

We sell wiper blades that are a single piece design which does not allow water to pass through the wiper blade giving you a clearer vision of the road.

Most modern wiper blades have bulky attachments

Most modern wiper blades have bulky attachments that sit up and affect driver visibility, you’ll only notice this properly when you switch to a lower mount wiper blade. You don’t really notice it until you’ve compared our wiper blades to your old wiper blades and its a pretty big difference.

 

Our wiper blades are the lowest mounted wiper blade available on the market today giving you a greater visibility of the road with less disturbances in the way.

I’ll admit, the picture we used isn’t the best, the dashboard was a little dusty.

 

Most wiper blades don’t even last a month

Most wiper blades don’t even last a month in Australian climates so you need to keep changing them again and again. Our blades are made with the best materials. Give them a quick wipe down every so often to keep them working their best.

 

 

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