3 Ways to Keep your Windshield Wipers from FreezingThis year in Tulsa we have received tons of ice and snow in the past month. If you keep your car outside in the snow and ice, these tips and tricks will be very good for you to learn. Here are three ways to defrost your windshield wipers before you head to work!

Rubbing Alcohol

This tool is very accessible because people usually have it lying around their house. So, it is not something you have to go out of your way to get. Soak a soft cloth with rubbing alcohol and wipe down your cars wipers blades. This wills top them from sticking to the windshield and should prevent refreezing. The only issue is, this will not last long. It will eventually evaporate while driving.

Heated Windshield Washer Fluid

This is very common in the northern areas of the country where the temperatures dip below freezing for much of the winter. The heated fluid cuts through ice and road grime. Sometimes clumping may still occur, but it will not last long.

Everblades

Maybe the best solution for someone who really wants to solve this problem. Everblades are heated windshield wiper blades that should be installed by trained professionals. The blades are heated; they stay above freezing so ice does not form.

RC Auto Specialists

This time of year can be very frustrating to thaw out your windshield wipers, because we all know that you don’t want to sit in the cold and wait for your car to thaw. Call us today and more tips and tricks!