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Old 14-11-2018, 09:13 AM   #31
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There's a lesson here, one which I learnt the hard way ( more than once) Never ever put glass sealants on your windscreen, not only do they cause wiper issues,but they cause serious smearing at night when the wipers are used . Just keep your glass clean and throw away your expensive sealants, I have. Or if you are a real die hard, use them on the shower glass, they can't cause issues there.
on top of that not all windscreens are equal, my skoda windscreen is miles ahead in comparison to my merc windscreen in terms of smoothness of wiper operation (same brand on both, no sealants)
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Old 14-11-2018, 06:26 PM   #32
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I have H2go on and the screen felt grabby after first wash or two leading to some juddering. Tried Gtechniq C2v3 and all felt slick again and judder vanished. Did the same after another wash and reasonably quickly the judder returns. Applied to wiper blades and its gone again or very rarely, guessing the wipers could be the cause, gonna try changing them. Anyone used the PIAA ones? i know they are dear, and with the ECP black friday a set of bosch wipers will set me back little over £10
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Old 14-11-2018, 09:10 PM   #33
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I have H2go on and the screen felt grabby after first wash or two leading to some juddering. Tried Gtechniq C2v3 and all felt slick again and judder vanished. Did the same after another wash and reasonably quickly the judder returns. Applied to wiper blades and its gone again or very rarely, guessing the wipers could be the cause, gonna try changing them. Anyone used the PIAA ones? i know they are dear, and with the ECP black friday a set of bosch wipers will set me back little over £10
Also interested in the PIAA wiper blades if anybody has any feedback.
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Old 14-11-2018, 09:38 PM   #34
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Have you seen kimblade wipers? Meant to be permanently zero judder
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Old 14-11-2018, 10:31 PM   #35
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IPA/ Eraser the blades, ensure they are squeaky clean. If judder still there try applying 303 or Gummi or similar product to the blades.

I can’t bars to drive a car without the screen being coated.
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Old 15-11-2018, 12:16 AM   #36
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Could be the angle of the blade relative to the glass. See what part of the stroke the judder is on then twist the wiper arm to let the blade trail rather than be pointed against the direction of travel. This assumes that judder is in one direction of course.
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I’ve had this in the past after a few months of use, a change of blades and a good clean of the windscreen helped but took a while to totally improve. Personally I now leave the screen alone and let the wipers do their thing
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Old 15-11-2018, 09:28 AM   #38
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I applied GTechniq a while back an instantly regretted it. It caused terrible judder. Bought new blades in the end (Bosch) which instantly solved the problem. Now I just protect the side and rear and leave the windscreen well alone.
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Old 15-11-2018, 04:47 PM   #39
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I applied GTechniq a while back an instantly regretted it. It caused terrible judder. Bought new blades in the end (Bosch) which instantly solved the problem. Now I just protect the side and rear and leave the windscreen well alone.
Did you coat the old wipers with Gtechniq? If you don't you get wiper judder
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I have H2go on and the screen felt grabby after first wash or two leading to some juddering. Tried Gtechniq C2v3 and all felt slick again and judder vanished. Did the same after another wash and reasonably quickly the judder returns. Applied to wiper blades and its gone again or very rarely, guessing the wipers could be the cause, gonna try changing them. Anyone used the PIAA ones? i know they are dear, and with the ECP black friday a set of bosch wipers will set me back little over £10
Been running Piaa wipers for many years now on my Subaru they work very well and last ages....I have had the same pair on my car now for a few years with out no failings.SJ.
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