Honda Windshield Wiper Blades
With the Honda Windshield Wiper Blades in place and functioning properly, a clear and unobstructed view of the road will be able to be seen by the driver of the vehicle. This is very important so obstacles like holes and other vehicles not to mention pedestrians will not make contact with the moving vehicle.
All of the windshield wiper blades used on Honda vehicles have both metal and polymer parts to them. The metal is the support component that provides the structure and enables the flexible polymer section to remain closed the glass of the windshield it is cleaning.
The section of the Honda windshield wiper blades that will wear out due to their exposure to the elements are the polymer sections. This is the part of the windshield wiper blades that must be soft and flexible so they can perform their task of following the curved windshield and clean off the moisture and small debris that is collected there when moving down the road.
After the polymer section of the windshield wiper blades are continuously exposed to the UV rays of the sun and the other elements like the cold dry air of the winter, they lose their ability to remain flexible. This is when they crack and break off in sections exposing the metal portion of the wiper blades on the Honda to the glass windshield. If this occurs on your vehicle and the wiper system is turned on, the glass will be permanently scratched.
The regular schedule changing of the windshield wiper blades should be accomplished in the spring of each year the vehicle is to be used. This will make it possible for the new blades to last the longest period of time before there is a need to replace them again on your Honda.