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Wart Removal Duct Tape Method Part 2

Wart Removal Day 2

So here’s what the warts look like on day 2 of trying to remove them using the “Duct Tape Method.” I’m surprised at the results from just one day. This method is certainly looking promising. Continue reading for more details, pictures and video.

Wart Removal Method – Duct Tape and Freezing

If you recall from yesterday we are trying to remove 4 warts from my son’s hands. One of them is in the center of his palm. Even with washing his hand it has been challenging to keep the duct tape and band-aid on. So although I think we could still make the duct tape method work, we’ve decided to try a different method with this one.

We are going to try freezing it off using Dr. Scholl’s Freeze Away. It’s very simple and easy to use so we did that yesterday. We’ll be able to compare the results between the two methods.

Wart Removal Results

Here’s how the warts look today on day 2:

Wart Removal Day 2 a

This one on the palm is the one we treated with Dr. Scholl’s Freeze Away. It has darkened a bit which is to be expected. It will be interesting to see how they freezing works vs. the duct tape.

This next one on the pointer finger shrunk so much already it’s hard to see it:

Wart Removal Day 2 b

Wart Removal Video

Here’s a video of the results for day 2:

Stay tuned for more results. We’ll be reporting the next update, Part 3, soon.

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6 Responses to Wart Removal Duct Tape Method Part 2

  1. Ann February 3, 2013 at 3:31 pm #

    This sound like a good method too. Did I also hear of a Vick Vaporub method???

    • AgentSully February 15, 2013 at 5:40 pm #

      @Ann – yes, Vicks vaporub is very soothing. A little stinky but soothing. 🙂

  2. Logan March 3, 2013 at 11:13 pm #

    A diet change worked for me. The topical medicines and duct tape made the skin swell but the plantar warts on my foot never died, two quarter-sized patches that grew and lasted over 18 months. Added fresh blueberries to my morning breakfast every day, and noticed the patches shrink after a couple of weeks. Another month of fresh berries and the warts were gone and have never come back, 5 years later. Anti-oxidant cure?

    • AgentSully February 2, 2014 at 8:51 pm #

      Sounds good to me. We ended up curing the warts but with an accidental method using Chlorhexidine which is an anti-bacterial, anti-viral cleanser that is used by surgeons to wash their hands. It’s also used for treating skin ailments for pets. We were using it for cleaning our hands after handling our bearded dragon. Lo and behold the warts went away completely! And very quickly too. That was 8 months ago. They’re still gone! I need to write an update!!

  3. Balçova Klima May 25, 2013 at 4:52 am #

    Nice method I will try.

  4. Harvey Lee May 13, 2017 at 2:32 am #

    I agree! Duct tape method worked for me after trying many other methods. It really was effective and I was able to get rid of my warts. It is one of the best practical remedies for warts.

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