How Do You Remove Warts With Duct Tape?
It turns out that duct tape not only holds the world together but may also help to remove bothersome, stubborn warts. That’s right–you can use duct tape to finally get rid of that ugly wart without costly dermatologist bills or painful procedures. Try the duct tape therapy, and see for yourself. What do you have to lose, except a wart? Purchase a roll of silver duct tape at the grocery store or hardware store if you don’t have some in your home already. Tear off as small a piece of duct tape as you can that will stick to the area. Leave the duct tape on for six days. On the seventh day, take off the duct tape. Soak the area in warm water. Scrape the skin with a rough tool, such as a nail file or pumice. Put a fresh piece of tape on the wart the next morning. Repeat Step 2 through Step 6. Continue the process for a total of two months. If after two months, you still have a problem with the wart, see your doctor for other remedies.