Where To Buy Rain X Wiper Blades \/\/TOP\\\\
Find high-quality Rain X windshield wiper blades and other Rain X products at Advance Auto Parts. With over 34 Rain X windshield wiper blades in our assortment, finding the right products for your vehicle has never been easier.
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Some of our most popular windshield wiper blades from Rain X are the Premium Conventional Wiper Blade, 24 Inch (Part #RX30224, from $17.99), Standard Beam Wiper Blade, 22 Inch (Part #810022, from $19.99), and Standard Beam Wiper Blade, 26 Inch (Part #810026, from $19.99). Be sure to add your year, make, model and engine to the garage to find the correct windshield wiper blades for your vehicle.
According to our customers, when it comes to great windshield wiper blades products, Rain X makes some of the best. Our customers think the Water Repellency Premium Beam Wiper Blade, 22 Inch (Part #5079279-2, (4.5 star rating), Water Repellency Premium Beam Wiper Blade, 26 Inch (Part #5079281-2, (4.5 star rating), and Water Repellency Premium Beam Wiper Blade, 24 Inch (Part #5079280-2, (4.5 star rating) are some of the high-quality parts from the Rain X brand. Be sure to add your own rating or review of these products so everyone can benefit from your experience!
A wide selection of products, competitive prices, and great customer service make Advance Auto Parts your one-stop shop for quality Rain X windshield wiper blades products. Plus, you can have your windshield wiper blades order shipped directly to you, or you can pick it up in one of our convenient store locations in 30 minutes or less! Find a store near you. Explore our top windshield wiper blades and other Rain X Products below.
The Rain-X Latitude Water Repellency is our pick for the best wiper blade. First and foremost, the Rain-X rain repellent is legit. This hydrophobic coating on the blades works very well and improved visibility immediately. We watched beads of water slide right off the windshield, which was especially helpful during light rain.
For cheaper wipers that still perform, the Trico Flex did very well during our testing. They lack any sort of rain repellent but remove water well regardless. We didn't see any streaking or chattering, and installation was quite easy.
The Flex wiper blades lack any sort of locking clasp, but we didn't notice any looseness during operation. For the price, you're getting a solid, no-frills wiper blade that'll adequately remove water from your windshield.
If you're willing to drop some extra dollars on a set of wiper blades, the Rain-X Silicone Endura is the way to go. The specially designed silicone blades are built to last twice as long as conventional rubber wiper blades.
If you really want to skip the headache of swapping adapters, figuring out sizes, and questionable brands, just get a set of OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) wiper blades. We recommend calling your vehicle brand's dealership and ordering a set from there, but you can also find a bunch on eBay.
They're tailored to fit your exact vehicle, and installation is a breeze. The only downside? OEM wiper blades can get expensive, depending on the vehicle. But for ease of installation, you can't beat 'em.
Wiper blades should be replaced at least once a year to improve visibility, and there is no better way to protect windshields from the elements than a set of Rain-X wiper blades. Rain-X blades exceed market standards in glass care, and they are easy to install so that maintenance is hassle-free. Keller-Heartt offers the brand's Latitude and Weatherbeater blades in multiple lengths to fit your automotive.
Rain-X is a synthetic hydrophobic surface-applied product that causes water to bead up and run off surfaces, most commonly used on glass automobile surfaces. The brand has since been extended to a range of automotive and surface care products, including wiper blades.
PIAA also claims that the silicone from their wipers will leave a water-repellent coating on your windshield. In theory, this is similar to the coated Rain-X blades; the effect, however, should be longer-lasting, since the silicone oils come from the blade itself and are not just a coating.
The Super Silicone wipers were a good fit on our car, but note that the Super Silicone model only works with a J-hook attachment. PIAA includes four different sizes so you can get an exact fit; but if you want silicone blades with a vehicle that uses other attachment systems, your best bet is the more expensive
These blades wiped well in our test, and that makes their incredibly low price enticing: They go for about half the price of most wipers and a quarter of the cost of the PIAA blades. The security of the other wipers definitely feels worth the extra money, though, and should mean more even pressure on trickier windshields than ours.
These wipers are top of our list because it's easy to find blades that fit. You just have to figure out the length you need; the built-in attachment bracket works for nearly every type of wiper arm. The beam-type support makes these blades slim, which helps them perform better in snow.
For over 40 years, Rain-X has provided drivers with products to help them outsmart the elements. With Rain-X Original Glass Water Repellent water beading technology, Wiper Blades and Glass Cleaners; Rain-X leads the automotive aftermarket in glass care. Rain-X was originally created as a rain repellant for aviation windshields, but soon found a larger need in automotive applications where our products support dramatically improved driving visibility. In recent years, the Rain-X portfolio has expanded to include other types of car care products such as our Car Washes, Headlight Restoration Kits and Bug & Tar Removers. All Rain-X products are designed to help keep drivers a confident step ahead of Mother Nature on the road. 041b061a72