Some over-the-counter wart removers that work by freezing the wart have caught fire during home use, harming some people or setting fire to items around the house, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warns. Since 2009, 14 complaints with cryogenic wart removers have been reported to the FDA. The products are a mixture of liquid dimethyl ether and propane, and the labels already state that they are flammable and should be kept away from fire, flame, heat sources, and cigarettes. In three of the reports, a candle was nearby, but in the other 11, the FDA says there were no other ... Read More
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