Autumn Weather is Here—Keep Your Wiper Blades in Working Order

Time behind the wheel of a Subaru is more enjoyable when you have a clear view of the road. Knowing how to care for your wiper blades and when to replace them will give you the results you need in a variety of conditions.
Windshield wipers wear down with time. If you hear odd noises or see streaks or jerky movements from your wiper blades, debris may be affecting their performance.
Start by cleaning the blades with a soft cloth and a mixture of water and mild soap. Lift the wiper blade from the windshield and clear off the rubber with the cloth. If you have a rear windshield wiper, remember to clean it, too. Be careful when returning the wiper arms to their original position so you don't damage the blades or your windshield.
If cleaning doesn't help, or if you notice excessive cracks or tears in the rubber, then you'll need to replace your wipers. For the best results on your vehicle, stick with genuine Subaru wiper blades. Our service professionals can recommend the right wipers for you at Tacoma Subaru. We're always happy to help with any other maintenance needs and questions you may have.


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