What types of payment do you accept?
Wiper Whiz accepts the following types of payment:
American Express
Discover Card

How do I contact Wiper Whiz?

We are available by Email and Chat. Click the Contact Us link at the top of any page to reach out to us.

Where does Wiper Whiz ship to and from?

Wiper Whiz ships nationwide from Texas. We will ship from the closest location, that has the item ordered in stock. If you have any questions regarding shipping and delivery methods, please contact us by clicking the Contact Us link at the top of any page. Sorry, currently we do not offer customer pick up.

How do I return merchandise?

Contact Wiper Whiz by clicking the Contact Us link at the top of any page to receive an Return Authorization number and Return Form. Complete the form and return the merchandise within 30 days of purchase. Items purchased from Wiper Whiz cannot be returned more than 30 days from date of purchase, and you cannot receive a refund for these items after that time. In addition, all returned items must be in unopened and unused condition to be accepted.

How often should I replace my windshield wipers?

Experts recommend replacing your wipers every six months. Research suggests most people wait between 18 months and three years.

How easy is it to replace wipers?

If you have the right wipers, they can be replaced in less than a minute on most cars & trucks. The hard part is almost always starting with the right blades. We guarantee you’ll get the correct wipers for your vehicle and they’ll come with the correct attachment.

Are all wipers designed the same way?

No. There are two kinds of blades: conventional, and beam. Conventional blades are the tried and true design automakers have used for decades. They are made out of a thin strip of rubber held in place by a larger frame with four to six metal arms. This design works well on most cars and was used exclusively until about ten years ago. Beam blades are made out of a single, sturdy piece of rubber attached to a thin, solid frame. They began appearing on luxury cars a decade ago and now come from the factory on models at all price points.