Sunday, 30 June 2013
Solution For Wiper Juddering
Forget what everyone says. Bottomline, there is always stuff on your windshield that you can't see. Having experienced this countless of times, one has to clean the windshield occassionally. If glass cleaners work for you, all the better but there may be times when those cleaners don't work as the accumulated grime gets the windshield surface coarsed.
A simple way of getting the windshields as smooth as new is to scrub it with steel wools (available at most hardware/home improvement stalls. Usually comes in a bag of 20 or so and costs no more than a few bucks). However, please ensure you do not contact the chassis at the edge of the windshields or you'll be sorry.
STEP 1: Have a mixture of dishwashing liquid and water. Spray evenly on the entire windshield as this will help remove the dirt and lubricate the scrubbing process.
STEP 2: Scrub the windshield gently in a circular motion with the steel wool. Ensure the windshield is soapy at all times. Complete entire surface (some patience required).
STEP 3: Rinse the windshield down with a hose and wipe dry. Repeat steps if necessary.
*Do note that the wools should not be reused as they tend to rust over time after they come into contact with water.
** If this doesn't work, perhaps it may be time to replace your wiper blades.