We are closing in on spring time. That means summer is right around the corner and that means BUG SEASON is almost upon us. So maybe its time to look at getting a new set of windshield wiper blades.
If your blades are leaving streaks across your window or only spraying half of the window it may be time to look at upgrading. Let’s take a look at some truck driver recommended wiper blades.[spacer size=”10″]
Sometimes wiper blades can make your window even worse than it was before and that is because most blades assume you are a water-based obstruction. Scrubblade uses patented scrubber technology to help clear your view of everything including; grime, bugs, snow and mud.[spacer size=”10″]
[permalink id=”http://www.amazon.com/Michelin-8522-Stealth-Ultra-Wiper/dp/B00DYSDSAY/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1394642708&sr=8-1&keywords=michelin+stealth+blades”]Michelin Stealth[/permalink]
Every windshield is different and has a different curve. That is why Michelin came up with their “Smart Flex” design. This innovation creates a blade that adapts to your windshield’s shape, providing better contact across the entire blade.[spacer size=”10″]
[permalink id=”http://www.amazon.com/Bosch-4824-Evolution-All-Season-Bracketless/dp/B000BYELNC/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1394643025&sr=8-4&keywords=bosch+icon+wiper+blades”]Bosch Evolution[/permalink]
Bosch came up with a bracketless all-season blade. Bracketless wiper blades, also called beam blades, are designed without the metal or plastic brackets, joints or hinges of conventional wiper blades. So snow, ice and mud have nowhere to build up. In addition, the Bosch design features dual precision-tensioned steel springs that distribute more uniform pressure along the entire blade.