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Rain-X Professional Series Wiper Blades Installation - 2014 Honda Accord

Today on our 2014 Honda Accord we're going to review and install the Rain-X Professional Series Windshield Wiper Blades, part number RX30126 on the drivers side and part number RX30119 for the passengers side. The only different between these two wiper blades is going to be the length of the wiper blades. Rain-X Professional Series Wiper Blade is a durable, rust-resistant wiper blade. Inside the wiper blade edge itself is embedded friction reducers to provide a smooth and quiet operation. The rugged steel frame is coated to resist rust and corrosion and the squeegee is designed to resist cracking, tearing, splitting or even chipping. As we turn the wiper arm back to the windshield, we'll notice as the shape and contour of our wiper blade will flex and mold to our windshield. It's due to these eight pressure points along the length of our blade to provide a uniform pressure so that it will contour to the shape of our windshield. Along with that, it's a quick and easy installation with included hardware.


Rain-X Latitude Wiper Blades Installation - 2014 Honda Accord

Today on our 2014 Honda Accord, we're going to review and install the Rain-X Latitude windshield wiper blades, part number RX5079281 on the driver side and part number RX5079276 for the passenger side. The only difference between these two wiper blades is going to be the length. This wiper blade is an all-weather replacement wiper blade, which means it provides good wiping action whether in rain, ice, or snow. This a contoured bean-style blade, which means it will conform to the curvature of our windshield to give us a nice, streak-free wipe. The blade itself has UV protection to prevent it from cracking and tearing and a graphite blade to ensure a nice, streak-free wipe. It also provides a noiseless wiping action even in freezing conditions. The nice aerodynamic design will help to reduce wind noise and lift at highway speeds. To begin our install, first you need to go ahead and remove the older manufacturer's wiper blade.


Michelin Stealth Wiper Blades Installation - 2014 Honda Accord

Today on our 2014 Honda Accord we're going to review and install the Michelin Stealth Windshield Wiper Blades part number MCH8026 on the drivers side and part number MCH8019 on the passengers side. The only difference between these two wiper blades is going to be the length of them. This is the Michelin Stealth wiper blade. It offers a hybrid wiper blade combination of flexibility, contour, shape, and durability. It has a smart flex suspension that allows it to curve to the shape of the windshield while still offering structure and strength like a bean-style wiper blade which will allows us to get a noiseless, streak free wiping action whether in rain, snow, or sleet. Underneath the soft cover we peal back just slightly, we can see one of the eight pressure points that will go along the length of our blade. This is what gives us a nice uniform pressure all the way across our wiper blade in wiping action. The wiper edge or blade itself is a graphite edge to help reduce noise in wiping action.


Rain-X Latitude Wiper Blades Installation - 2011 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2011 Honda CRV we're going to review and install the Rain-X Latitude windshield wiper blades. Part numbers RX5079281 and RX5079283. One for the driver and one for the passenger side. Now these wiper blades are a really nice heavy duty, rustproof wiper blade and are built to provide a good visibility in rain, ice and snow. The contoured, beam-style frame applies uniform pressure across the entire length of the blade. The graphite blade, or edge, offers a smooth, noiseless action. The aerodynamic design of the wiper blades is designed to reduce wind drag, noise and lift at high speeds. Now to begin your install, we need to first remove the old or manufacturer's wiper blade.


Michelin Stealth Wiper Blades Installation - 2011 Honda CR-V

Today in our 2011 Honda CR-V, we're going to review and install the Michelin Stealth windshield wiper blades, part numbers MCH8017 for the passenger side and MCH8026 for the driver's side. This is a multi-point wiper blade with a beam style covering to give it the aerodynamics to reduce lift and chatter when wiping at high speeds. With a total of eight pressure points along our wiper blade. Our graphite blade is design to give that streak-free wipe and noiseless action. Now to begin our install we're going to start on the driver's side, bringing our wiper arm up into an easier, removable position. Tilt the wiper blade away from the wiper arm, exposing the locking tab that we can press on and slide down out of the J-style hook. Now we'll take the new wiper blade, line up the J-style lock with the wiper arm, slide it in position and lock it in place. We'll then go ahead and return the wiper arm and blade down to the windshield. Now move over to the passenger side and repeat the same process.


Michelin RainForce Wiper Blade Installation - 2013 Toyota Prius c

Today on our 2013 Toyota Prius C, we'll be installing the Michelin RainForce Windshield Wiper Blades part number MCH3728 for our driver side and part number MCH3724 for the passenger side. The Michelin wiper blades feature a graphite-coated squeegee. It's going to prevent cracking overtime and any damage from UV rays. The blades themselves actually have a pass-through design. What that's going to do is allow the wind to come through and you won't have to worry about your windshield wipers pulling up on you. The wiper blades themselves are coated in a black powder coat finish that's going to resist rust and stand up to the elements. Here on our driver side, we're working with the 28 inch wiper blade.


Rain-X Professional Series Wiper Blade Installation - 2005 Mazda 3

Today on this 2005 Mazda3, we're going to show you Part Number RX30121. This is a Rain-X Professional Series Windshield Wiper Blade and Part Number RX30119 for 19-inch length. All right, this is our new windshield wiper right here from Rain-X. The overall length of it is going to be 21 inches. The frame of the windshield wiper blade, as well as its contact points, is a galvanized painted frame. The attachment point on here is designed to work with J-style arm that we have on our vehicle.


Rain-X Weatherbeater Wiper Blades Installation - 2012 Cadillac CTS

Today on this 2012 Cadillac CTS, we're going to do a test fit of the Rain-X windshield wiper blades. This is their Weatherbeater Windshield Wiper Blades. We're working with part number RX30222. A few things to know about the wiper blades is that they have a galvanized steel construction, it has a frame style design with multiple pressure points to help keep it against the windshield and the rubber squeegee also has built in UV inhibitors to help protect it from the sunlight. To start off our test fit, we'll go ahead and remove the original wiper blade. There's a small tab on the original wiper blade that we pull up, so we can release it from the arm. With the wiper away from the arm, you can see this is a J style arm.


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