Winter weather forced you to swap out your windshield blades. You chose sturdier, thicker options - ones that would slice through the sleet, snow and rain. The season tested them often, but they managed to protect the glass (and your sanity).
Winter windshield blades are often battered. Constant temperature changes and harsh conditions leave them ragged. Their casings fray; their springs stiffen; and their ratcheting weakens. They leave streaks and allow debris to build.
It’s important, therefore, to remove them once the season changes. Choose new options for Spring. These will prove lightweight and more efficient, effortlessly cutting through pollen and particles. Windshields will remain clean and overall car performance will improve.