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Old 03-17-2007, 09:21 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by tgboulianne
My experience with the "frameless" wiper blades was incredible on my last car. But, because the Bonne'* wipers are lifted from the windshield when they "park", they may pick up ice/snow or other debris off the windshield reducing the blade-to-windshield contact. I have installed a set on my '99 and, though I am happy with their performance, I still have to, once in a while, get out of the car and clear the bottom of the windshield of debris and clean off the blades so that they contact the windshield fully.

IMO, they're a good buy if they never leave the windshield. Once they lose contact, it'* just a big pain in the butt.
Very good tip, thanks! I wasn't aware that they did that.
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