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Old 9th October 2008, 15:49   #61
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Sorry to bump this old thread but can someone please tell me what the name of this amazing Wuerth product is and where I can get it in Bengaluru?
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Tks for bringing this to life hrag
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Default Upgrade your stock wiper blades to Bosch blades

To get better visibility in extreme weather conditions like heavy rain, you could try to upgrade you wiper blades to Bosch blades.

The performance of these blades is excellent!

It would also be a cheaper and longer lasting alternative to the spray on product from Wuerth!

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Hi Doc, what's this product from Wuerth called ? I tried looking for it, but in vain...

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one would need 2 cans per rainy season.
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they guarantee 6 months of no issues visibility.
Either their product doesn't work as guaranteed or you must have a lot of cars
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To get better visibility in extreme weather conditions like heavy rain, you could try to upgrade you wiper blades to Bosch blades.

The performance of these blades is excellent!

It would also be a cheaper and longer lasting alternative to the spray on product from Wuerth!

Cheers,

gpa
Sir, the Bosch wipers (however superior they are) would work only on the front windshield. What about the driver side and passenger side windows? Plus the ORVMs? Rear glass?

Water sticking to your windows and ORVMs render the ORVMs almost useless in pouring rain. Water sticking to the rear glass renders the IRVM useless (my Indica doesn't have a rear windshield wiper, no defogger as well).

P.S. the OEM Syndicate wiper blades work just fine for the Indica, provided the blades are cleaned regularly of dirt / grime.

Note: I'm not against any brand / product - in my experience, OEM equipment works just fine if proper care is taken. I have used Rain-X in the past with good results.

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