Did you know you can change out your regular wipers for winter wiper blades. This prevents ice and snow from sticking and clogging the wiper action. Now that the temperature is dropping and snow is soon to follow, make sure you are able to see out your window for safe driving this winter.
If your wiper blades only seem to smear water across your windshield, then try this. Rub a small amount of rubbing alcohol on the rubber part of your wiper blades. This helps them run smoother across the windshield and keeps from smearing.
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Windshield wiper inventor Mary Anderson 1866-1953. In a visit to New York City in the winter, she observed that the motorman drove with the front window open because the windshield had falling sleet. Home in Alabama she hired a designer for a hand-operated device to keep a windshield clear and had a local company produce a working model. She applied for, and in 1903, got, a 17-year patent for a windshield wiper.