Basic Types of Wiper Blades

Basic Types of Wiper Blades

Wiper-blade manufacturers are continually making improvements to the design and performance of replacement wiper blades.

Your customers might be pleasantly surprised when you talk about some of the technology advancements and options that are available when they’re looking for replacement wiper blades. 

After all, windshield curvatures and aerodynamics have become increasingly complex over the years. Wiper blades need to bridge the contact gap between the wiping edge and the windshield for maximum wiping performance.

Let’s talk about the three basic styles of wiper blades: beam, hybrid and conventional.

This video is sponsored by The Pronto Network.            

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