How Often Should I Wash, Replace or Clean That?

From washing your sheets to changing your smoke alarm batteries, there's a time for everything
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Replace your windshield wipers

Don't wait until they break, seem to stick or make a funny flapping sound on the glass. “The rubber on wiper blades will rot, so get new ones twice a year — in spring for summer driving and in fall for winter,” recommends Barbara Terry, automotive expert and host of the upcoming TV series "Automotive Minutes." You're a danger to passengers, yourself and other drivers if you can’t see clearly out of your windshield.

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