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Say Goodbye to Streaks, Skips, and Tears with Frog Windshield Wiper Blades - Our Exclusive Guarantee!

Updated: Mar 13


front dash of a car in traffic with windshield wipers working

Did you know that over 90% of driving decisions are based solely on vision?


If 9 out of 10 of your split-second driving decisions are based on how well you can see, ensuring a clear view of the road ahead should be your top priority. Yet, a recent roadside study found just the opposite.

1 in 5 vehicles has deficient windshield wipers, which could seriously impair the driver's vision. 

Wiper blades should be inspected every six months and swapped out a minimum of 1-2 times a year, depending on your climate, driving conditions, and the type of wiper blades you have. Continuing to drive with broken blades isn’t just unsafe; it can cause damage to your vehicle. 


Which Windshield Wipers Are the Most Reliable?

Our Frog Wiper Blades are the industry’s best! They're so good that they are the only windshield wipers we have ever covered with a guarantee! Our exclusive 6-month guarantee can't be beaten.

No-Skip, No-Streak, no-Tear or You get a Free Pair!

Our Frog Wipers are reliable, well-built, and long-lasting. They provide superior skip - and streak-free performance and afford you a clear line of sight in the worst weather.

frog wiper blade guarantee, no skip, tear or streak for 6-month

Not sure if you need new blades quite yet?


Here are 4 Most Common Signs Your Wipers are Washed Up

signs your windshield wipers need to be replaced

Skipping

If a specific area of your windshield is always dirty, or if you see a series of vertical lines, it’s a sign that the frame of your wiper may be bent or warped, causing it to “skip” across its path. The adhesive that binds the rubber to the blade may also have dissolved, resulting in poor contact with the glass.


Streaking

Some streaking is typical, but a persistent film or a layer of grime after using wiper fluid indicates the rubber has thinned or worn out and is failing to create a proper seal during operation. 

 

Squeaking

That hair-raising “squeaking” or “chattering” sound when you flick your wipers on could indicate that plastic or metal from the frame is scraping directly across the glass.

Squeaking is indicative of a few potential issues. Your wiper blade may be striking the windshield at something other than a 90-degree angle. Extensive use and exposure to the elements can also cause the rubber pads to become too rigid, resulting in a racket!


Scratching

Broken wipers can scratch your windshield. Even minor scratches can create dangerous distractions by reflecting sunlight or headlights from oncoming traffic. Scratches can also channel water underneath your blades, preventing a clear line of sight.


In any car accident, especially in rollover situations, the windshield contributes significantly to the vehicle's structural integrity. Frequent, repetitive scratching in the same area can lead to deeper marks, compromising your entire windshield. Glass weakened by microfractures also faces an increased risk of cracking during extreme temperature changes.


Spring Savings Alert: BOGO Free on Frog Wiper Blades Starting March 18th to April 20th!


Picture of windshield wipers. Frog wiper blades buy one get one free march 18th-april 20th

To help you see clearly and stay safe this spring, we are running our BOGO Wiper Blade Event from March 18th to April 20th. Drop in anytime and buy ONE of our famous Frog Wiper Blades, and we’ll give you the second blade for FREE! 


A small cumulous cloud can hold between 100 and 1000 tons of water! Because you never know if it’s going to drizzle or dump buckets in a Winnipeg spring, be sure to get your Frogs on later this month—for half the price!


 

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