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Dust, dirt and grime are usually one of the last things we’d want to find in our cars. Not only are they annoyingly painstaking to wash, but they stick to our cars so much it becomes somewhat of a daily ritual for us to bring out our hoses and wash them down just to take out all of them and sometimes, even the task of cleaning our cars doesn’t assure us that we did a perfect job of doing it.
While most of the human population has an innate dislike for dirty cars, Scott Wade is not of them. In fact, the dirtier the car is, the happier he becomes. That’s because Wade has a very unique skill and one where he needs dirty car windows to show them off.
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You see, Scott Wade is an artist, and a very good one at that. But while other artists prefer traditional blank canvases, Wade does his masterpieces on dirty car windows.
Ironically, Wade actually cleans these windows first before he applies almond oil on the glass so that the prop dust he uses – the same kind of dust Hollywood uses in movies – sticks better to the smooth surface of the glass. As soon as he’s done ‘dirtying up’ the windows, Wade gets to work on his pieces, most of which are too amazing to even describe.
Check out this video of Wade in action and tell us that this isn’t one of the coolest things you’ve ever seen.