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How Do You Stop Windshield Wiper Blades From Squeaking?

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• Clean the windshield glass thoroughly. Try one of these products (but not all at once): • Windex • Vinegar • Baking soda (sprinkled on a dry or damp paper towel). • Replace your windshield wiper blades regularly. Wiper blades are not terribly expensive, so you may prefer to get good ones. Replace them at least once per year, before the rainy season. • Refill your windshield wiper fluid. • Check to see if your blades or the wiper assemblies under them are too loose or too tight. This could be causing tension between the glass and wiper. If you've recently applied RainX or wax and noticed chatter, remove the product with a normal car polish, RainX or wax can create a film that causes chatter in the wiperblades. more
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• Clean the windshield glass thoroughly. Try one of these products (but not all at once): • Windex • Vinegar • Baking soda (sprinkled on a dry or damp paper towel) • Replace your wiper blade refills regularly. Blade refills are not terribly expensive, so you may prefer to get good ones. Replace them at least once per year, before the rainy season. • Refill your windshield wiper fluid. Lots of wipers skip when the windshield isn't quite wet enough, so check your fluid level and top off if necessary. • Make your windshield wipers softer by putting a little WD40 on a paper towel and wiping the squeaking wiper blade with it. • This may cause the rubber to decay. • Check to see if your blades or the wiper assemblies under them are too loose or too tight. Too little or too much tension between the glass and wiper can cause chatter or squeaking. • If you've recently applied RainX or wax and noticed chatter, remove the product with a normal car polish. RainX and other wax products can create ... more
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