31-22, Anco 31 Series Conventional Blade - 22"

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  • 31-22, Anco 31 Series Conventional Blade - 22"
  • 31-22, Anco 31 Series Conventional Blade - 22"
  • 31-22, Anco 31 Series Conventional Blade - 22"
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  • 31-22
  • Anco 31 Series Conventional Blade - 22"
  • New all-metal design for improved strength and durability
  • Consistent, clear wipe in any driving environment
  • Kwik Connect® Installation System for easy installation
  • This is a saddle style blade
  • Exclusive Duraklear® rubber compound, and our poly link structure which allows for a smooth, quiet operation
  • Features vented bridge and high performance polymer that ensures OE fit and function
  • 10 per box

ANCO 31-Series conventional wiper blades offer a vented bridge and high performance polymer that ensures OE fit and function.  They are equipped with our proprietary Kwik Connect® Installation System, our exclusive Duraklear® rubber compound, and our poly link structure which allows for a smooth, quiet operation.

When should I change my wipers?
Experts recommend changing your wipers on a regular basis, at least every six months. If your wipers aren't clearing your windshield effectively, you should get new wiper blades installed immediately.

Changing weather - time to check your wipers
As the seasons change, take time to inspect your wipers for signs of wear - the snow and ice of winter are tough on your wipers as is the summer sun. Examine your windshield wipers before winter (or the rainy season) arrives to ensure that your wipers are ready to perform the next time snow or rain begins to fall. Be sure to check your wipers again in the spring to make sure that your wipers have made it through the long winter and are ready for a summer full of road trips and vacations.

What to do
The remedies for fixing streaking/smearing, squeaking and skipping/chattering windshield wiper blades are the same. Keep your windshield clean and free of dirt, dust and debris. Avoid operating your wipers on a dry windshield. If the windshield isn't wet enough when you run the wiper blades, it can cause skipping that creates squeaky wipers. Clean your wiper blades with washer solvent or water to help eliminate streaks and smears.

If you put glass treatment on your windshield, your wipers may squeak or skip/chatter. If this happens, remove the product from your windshield. These treatments can cause an accumulation on your windshield that can result in squeaking wipers.

Check the wiper blades to make sure they are working properly and aren't bent. If the blades are damaged, consider replacing them.
In the case of splitting wipers, once your windshield wipers have started to split, you must replace them. The split will just get worse and will lead to poor wiping performance when it matters most - while driving in rain, snow or ice.

I'm still having issues - what should I do?
If none of these solutions help solve your problem, then it is time to replace your wiper blades. If one wiper blade or wiper blade refill is worn out, it won't be long before the other wiper blade or refill needs replacing. It is recommended that wipers be replaced in pairs. If you drive an SUV, minivan or hatchback, be sure to keep an eye on the wiper blade on the rear window for signs that it needs replacing.

Cross#'s: A31-22, 31.22, 16-BA-3122, ANCO3122B10:ANW, 91005222, WP22031, FLTS22, ABP N82 7522, HLK8122, 82-221, 01573682

VMRS: 002-035-015

 

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