Whether it’s while they're commuting through the wet season in the north, or navigating off-road tracks in the south, every driver expects their windshield wipers to perform flawlessly. Quite often though, the intervals between when we replace our wiper blades turn out to be much longer than they should.
Make no mistake: even on sunny days, the glare from a dirty windshield can make driving a challenge. However, when that fine layer of sediment is combined with rain or humidity, your restricted visibility is only going to be worsened by worn or ineffective wipers.
Silicone-blended wiper blades are designed specifically for regions where the mix of heavy precipitation and tiny particles pose the greatest risk to drivers. Not all silicone-blended blades are the same, though. There’s one type of blade that’s exceptionally effective at clearing windshields when the elements are at their worst, and it’s the wiper blade that every Australian driver needs to have.