WD-40 Cologne is Out, And it Smells Like Workshop

Ever wondered if you could take that delicate workshop smell home and into the night during your lavish soirées ? Say no more. A New York art collective has fulfilled the olfactory dream of gearheads by creating a cologne inspired by the famous WD-40 spray lubricant.
Developed in 1953, the penetrating oil spray has many uses related to cleaning, lubrication and corrosion protection, and has a distinctive and easily identifiable odor. And what about the smell ? Well, it's a question of personal taste. Some people love the scent of popular colognes that are rather harsh for the nose...
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The official product name is "Smells Like WD-40", and it the cologne retails for $44 USD per can (a little under $60 cad). It has already attracted a lot of attention, because it is currently out of stock!
In the past, the MSCHF collective has also garnered media attention for inventing a fake restaurant to make political donations using a corporate expense account, developing a cell phone game where you have to keep your finger on the screen for as long as possible, and most importantly, collaborating with Lil Nas X for blood-infused shoes.
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