Warts on hands and feet
1. Soften the wart, if it feels hard. Bathe, do the
dishes, or soak your feet in warm water for 20-30
minutes before applying.
2. Scrape, ruffle, or pick at the skin of the wart if
needed, so that EndWarts can penetrate the wart. For
example, use the inside of scissors.
On cuticle warts, which may be difficult to remove,
a small hole can be poked in the outer skin (painless)
for the solution to get into the wart. In case of thick
skin covering inward/flat warts, carefully remove the
hard skin which otherwise can create a cover over the
wart and prevent removal. Do not use a file on the
warts as it then may hurt, become sore, and it will
only build a new hard surface over the wart.
The black spots (blood capillaries) can occasionally
bleed a bit. Wait several minutes for it to stop before
applying EndWarts, otherwise it may burn. If a burning sensation is felt, pour some cold water over it to
ease the discomfort.
3. Dip a cotton swab in EndWarts and scrape
against the bottle neck. There should only be a small
amount on the swab. It should not