Those who traveled by car in the winter are perfectly familiar with the fact that snow and frost are sticking to car brushes or wipers in the winter. And if there's snow in the street mixed with rain, so the janitors generally cover themselves and do not clean the glass. Besides, the brushes are constantly frost-free to the glass, and if you forget to scrape them off the ice, you can tear off the eraser at startup.To fight with this of course you can constantly manually, but you will agree, it is not convenient. And to go to the snow and constantly stop while riding is not only not convenient, but also a very time consuming business. There is a way out - to buy brushes with heating, which will cost a pretty penny. And you can do as I do with heated brushes myself. /medium/1513765000_1.jpg "style =" max-width: 100%; " alt="Heated Janitors">
Disassembling the JanitorI bought the cheapest frameless Chinese wipers. Which I will analyze in a few minutes. Snapping off the latches and removing the top plate. Next, remove all the rubber bands and metal inserts.
Making a heating elementI made a heating element from a nichrome spiral.
Making the janitor with heatingWe take the wire of nichrome and make a coil in the elastic of the janitor. Utaplivaem nichrome screwdriver in the recesses of the gum. We have one coil of nichrome directly on the elastic band.
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Unusual pillows in the style of the hatch cover
Restore dried cartridges
Restoration of a Rusted Kitchen Slicer