There's 2 "home" positions for the wipers, an "up" position, and a "Down" position. The up position's a couple inches higher. That's probably what it's doing right now in the snow.
Me tooOriginally posted by vtecKiller@Dec 5 2005, 08:43 PM
i always thought rain-x was some kind of liquid that u apply to ur windshield and yeah... never thought its another type of windshield wiper~~
i think rain X and waxing your windshield is fundamentally similar. to get water to bead up on your windshield, you are coating your glass (a water loving molecule) with a hydrophobic (water hating molecule) substance like oil/wax/bunch of hydrocarbons. water and the wax don't form the stronger hydrogen bonds that water and glass would.Originally posted by MustangJolly@Dec 5 2005, 06:49 PM
I like to wax my windshield.. it repels the water really well that way too.. just another thing you can do instead of replacing your whole windshield wipers..