Get Rid of Warts





Introduction: Get Rid of Warts

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Have a pesky wart that seems impossible to get off? Before you waste your money on another bottle of Compound W, try this simple trick.

Step 1: Materials

You'll need:
Duct tape,

Step 2: Remove That Wart!

Cut out a piece of duct tape the size of the wart you want to remove and apply it to your skin. Keep it on for a week without removing. When the week is up, soak the wart in warm water, rinse, and air-dry overnight. Repeat this process as nescessary until the wart disappears completely.

Step 3: Finished!

After about three weeks of following this simple process, the wart should be gone forever! I hope you enjoyed this simple life hack, and please vote.



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    23 Discussions

    If your warts are stubborn and not going away there is something wrong with your immune system. This site explains why some people get warts and others exposed to the virus don't

    Um I just put tape on mine and it went away just like that. (way easier to do)

    Removing Our Moles, Warts, and Skin Tags Safely and Naturally.

    Wait a minute! I disagree... it IS the best way to get rid of warts. Why try to get rid of warts in a 5 weeks when you can in 5 minutes?

    OUCH! How much does that bleed? It makes me shudder to think of cutting into my skin with a razor blade!

    i dont bleed too much, but i guess that varies person to person. and ive found people can take much more pain when they are inflicting on themselves. if that makes sense


    though i removed mine by heating it with a cigarette everytime i light one... took only a few days.

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    I've heard that the white stuff in dandelion removes warts too.

    1 reply

    Do you mean the white fluffy stuff at the top, or the white dandelion milk in the stem?

    fun fact, raw garlic is high in sialic acid which is used in many commercial wart removal creams/drops.

    You can just stick a bit on the wart, cover it with a plaster, watch it though, it does burn.