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Choose from a range of fast-moving Wiper Blades in the NAPA portfolio, which reflects the most popular applications in the UK market with more parts being added all the time.

Why Replace?
Generally speaking, wipers are designed to last between 6 months and a year. However, there are a number of factors that will affect the lifespan such as usage, freezing temperatures in winter and extreme heat in the summer, tree sap, fuel particles as well as the actual quality of the blades themselves. As they are a safety-critical element of any vehicle, they should be replaced as soon as their performance starts to diminish.

  • Gaps or steaking
  • Juddering or skipping
  • Noise/squeaking
  • Smearing

Product Quality
All products are designed and manufactured to OE specifications. This is followed by testing to OE specification. If the product does not perform or meet the OE criteria, it will not get released into mass production until it matches or exceeds the OE characteristics.

All products are produced in a fully certified production facility. The plant is certified to automotive and quality standards ISO9001 and TS16949, as well as the environmental standard ISO14001.

The Technical Bit

Product testing includes:

  • Noise test
  • Force distribution test
  • Anti-lock durability test
  • Salt spray test
  • High and low-temperature test
  • Chemical resistance test

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