Image By: Andrea Jean Cleaning Via YouTube
You never bother thinking about your windshield wiper blades until it starts raining, at least I don’t because it is a hassle going to the auto parts store to buy new ones and have them put on and good ones can be expensive. Those are the very reasons I decided to try this new idea I found by Andrea Jean Cleaning, on Youtube, which only requires a can of cooking spray and an old sock or washcloth. The thing is your rubber wiper blades get brittle and covered in dirt, road grit, and grease and that is usually what causes them to streak and wipe the water off in a very patchy way, so by running a good wipe of cooking spray over them you not only de-grease the blades but also restore the suppleness of the blade itself. So do not wait for that moment when you are caught in a torrential downpour and cannot see one foot in front of your vehicle. Wipe down those crusty old blades with some cooking spray, it only takes a few minutes to do this and it can make your field of vision while driving greatly improved.
In this new video tutorial by Andrea Jean Cleaning, on Youtube, you will learn how to restore your wiper blades in a few easy steps using cooking spray. When your wiper blades are getting brittle with some chunks missing, they really benefit from oiling.
Then, you will spray the cooking oil onto the microfiber cloth and wipe the blades. It is really that easy!