Personally I wait until they start smearing more than wiping and put it off a bit longer (because I forget until it rains several weeks later).
The thought of doing it myself was plain scary. I was worried I would buy the wrong size or break them. It didn't matter that I can put together kit set furniture or fix a sewing machine, the Car was out of my league. Until now!
It turns out there is a way to change your wipers without any stress and gain bragging rights for having done them yourselves! I wish I could take full credit for this discovery, but it was all because I was offered a chance to review a set of Wipers from eziwipers.com. Read on to for step by step instructions and a chance to enter to win a new set of Windshield wipers for your car!
How to change your own Wiperblades:
1. Visit ezwipers.com and search for the model of your vehicle.
2. Select from one of the 4 options available (and the exact size you need). I selected the extremely affordable ANCO 31 ($7.95 each for our Corolla). There are three other options for more extreme weather conditions.
3. Don't worry about shipping, it's free in the USA
4. Don't stress about them not fitting, if for some reason they don't, EZ Wipers will give you a full refund.
5. Receive your wiper blades in the mail.
6. Return to ezwipers.com for the installation instructions specific to your car.
If you are like me, you might want to print out the extremely clear photos and instructions.
7. Bravely march to your car with the instructions and blades, follow the five easy steps.
8. Find a chance to add 'so the other day, after I changed my wiper blades..' into every conversation at your kids' sports activities (just kidding, I just stuck with raving about to my husband).
ezwipers.com have been generous enough to provide another set of Wiper blades to give away to one lucky reader. Please use the giveaway tools widget to enter. The giveaway is open to US residents 18 yrs + (void where prohibited).
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