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WIPER BLADES

DOE wiper blades are designed according to a universal patented system that fits 98% of cars. The multiple material technology ensures prevention of wind lift. The wiper blades are made out of nano-tech rubber graphite which results in less friction. They are compress moulded to OEM specifications to create a quiet, clean wipe. The durable Japanese design is made out of a steel hybrid structure.

For those moments when quality and integrity matter most

DOE wiper blades are designed according to a universal patented system that fits 98% of cars. The multiple material technology ensures prevention of wind lift. The wiper blades are made out of nano-tech rubber graphite which results in less friction. They are compress moulded to OEM specifications to create a quiet, clean wipe. The durable Japanese design is made out of a steel hybrid structure.

Thanks to South Africa’s harsh weather conditions, your wiper blades go through a lot of wear and tear. Harsh sunlight and dust can cause the wiper blade’s rubber to dry out and crack, causing water streaks when it’s raining. Damaged wiper blades will also reduce visibility in wet weather conditions.

Wiper blades are an important safety component of your car. South African road law has made wiper blades part of the safety features when driving. This means that your wiper blades should be in good working condition. If you have one wiper blade that is not working, your vehicle should not be driven on public roads. Ensure that you check and replace your wiper blades: it will keep you out of trouble with the law.

So when is it time to change your wiper blades?

When a wiper blade is in use, the wiper blade should wipe the windscreen smoothly and quietly (If you experience squeaky sounds, then it might be time to replace your wiper blades). Squeaking or chattering sounds are usually signs that the wiper element is deformed or hardened or that the wiper blade structure is worn. If left unchanged for too long, the material of the blade can shred and break loose from the arm. So alternatively make sure you change wiper blades every year or every six months.

How To Replace Wiper Blades

Replacing your wiper blades is important and getting it right is crucial. These five steps should be able to assist you.

  • A Bayonet type arm – Lift up the arm of the windscreen wiper and press down on the arm to release the clip. If this does not work, use a thin screwdriver between the fitting arm to release the clip.

  • For a hook type arm – Lift up the arm of the windscreen wiper and rotate the bottom of the blade towards the windscreen to unhook it.

  • Once that is done, check that your wiper blade is fitted with a universal adaptor. A universal adapter should or will cater for most vehicle designs. Or alternatively select the correct adaptor to suit your car’s wiper arm.

  • Fit the blade assembly to the wiper arm. Follow the fitting instructions supplied in the wiper blade packaging.

  • Lastly, lower the wiper blade arm back onto the windscreen.

DOE BEAM BLADES

  • Nano-Tech Rubber, Graphite Coating For Lower Friction
  • Easy Installation
  • Streak Free Wiping
  • Spoiler Prevents High Speed Lift Off And Flutter
  • Perfect Wiping Performance

For a long life span on your wiper blades, check your wiper blades before the rainy season. Ensure that they are fitted by a professional mechanic when they need replacement and invest in high quality wiper blades. Remember to have your windscreen wiped when refilling at a petrol station.