Jeep's wipers remove dirt and debris on the first stroke
Ever had stuff like bird poo, mud, dead flies, and just about any kind of dirt on your windshield you can't get rid of no matter how much you're spraying washer fluid on them?
Jeep Performance Parts has found a new way to clean those pesky stains more effectively with their high-performance wiper blades. Check out the video below to see for yourself.
Instead of the washer nozzle providing fluid to spray on your windshield, Jeep has integrated the nozzle hose right into the wiper blades and blasts water through the 12 laser cut holes.
According to Jeep, this design is more effective in removing dirt and debris on your windshield, and is perfect especially for people who frequently take overlanding or off-road trips. In addition, Jeep says the wipers use even less washer fluid than the normal nozzle type ones.
Currently, Jeep is only offering this as an added feature to the Wrangler and Gladiator model for USD 140 (PHP 7,800). Fitting this part will require the washer nozzles to be disabled, as the hose will be attached to the wiper arm itself.
Do you think other brands should follow Jeep's neat innovation? Let us know in the comments.