Wiper Blades

What Kind of Windshield Wipers Do I Need?
When you're in the market for parts to do a DIY wiper blade replacement, it's important to know you have what you need to do the job right. There are a few different kinds of blades. They differ in design, materials, and connectors. The most common types of wiper blades:

- Conventional wiper blades were the most common blades for many years, featuring a rubber blade attached to a metal frame. They are pretty affordable, and they are typically replaced every six months
- Beam wiper blades are built from a solid piece of rubber meaning they can better wrap around your windshield's curvature. They cost more than traditional blades, but are more efficient at keeping your windshield clean and they last about twice as long
- Hybrid wiper blades look a lot like beam blades at first glance, but feature a metal frame that is coated with rubber to provide similar all weather performance

Among these three styles, there are more even more variations with how the blade connects to the wiper arm. The three types of wiper blade connectors:

- Hook style blades or U shapes feature a rotating hook that wraps around a rounded end of the wiper arm
- Clamp style blades have an opening that the arm is inserted into and clamps on the side to hold them in place
- Pin style blades have a horizontal hole in the middle where a pin on the arm goes through to hold the wiper in place.

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Driving without resilient and long-lasting wiper blades is detrimental to your windshield. There are many tell-tale signs that your faulty blades must be replaced immediately. Hardened or broken rubber causes streaks as the blades scrape against the windshield. If you see a flimsy mist after wiping, there might be rubbish or oil embedded on the rubber.

Make sure you inspect your blades and look for gashes, scruffy edges, or blemishes on the rubber. Don't forget to check your rear wipers. You should also observe your blades' wipe pattern. If you see a series of streaks, that indicates the rubber has bent too far. A defective blade also creates screeching, whacking or throbbing sounds when in use.

YesAutoParts.com wiper blades hold up to water, rubble, salt, and sleet, resulting in a streak-free windshield. We have everything you need when it's time to replace your wiper blades, and we feature products from brands like Bosch, Duralast, and Rain X.

So, whether you're searching for the best wiper blades for a Toyota Camry sedans or a pair of Altima wiper blades, you're certain to find the perfect match for your daily driver when you check out our wide variety. We have everything you need to save on your wiper blade replacement by doing it yourself.