I'm attempting the "duct tape" treatment for a wart, which has worked well in the past with a verucca.
The treatment involves sticking some duct tape over the wart and leaving it for six days, then removing it and rubbing off the dead skin with a pumice stone or similar.
The problem I have is that the wart is on my big toe, and it's proving really difficult to get the duct tape to stay on. I got some extra adhesive waterproof duct tape, and I strap it on with water-resistant Elastoplast plasters, but it still seems to come loose quite quickly.
What would be perfect, I think, is some strips I can put around the outside, like I'm doing with the elastoplasts, to hold the square of duct tape in place, that are really "hardcore" when it comes to sticking, and are also airproof so they don't let air in under the edges of the duct tape. For the glue strength I was thinking of steri-strips, which I know have some kind of super strong glue that stays attached to the skin for 5-7 days. But, I don't think steri-strips are airtight.
Anyone got any suggestions? thanks, Max