Alcohol wipes will just dry the skin out and damage it further. Using them to "prep" the skin is not necessary and may cause additional skin damage (while minor), requiring a longer healing time. If you feel the need, prep the skin with Benzalkonium Chloride, which won't damage the skin. Otherwise clean water to wash/irrigate and some drying time is plenty.
Benzone is also mostly alcohol. While lower in percentage than alcohol wipes, it still does some drying and damage if applied directly to the wound site. I still carry it along with my foot care kit to be applied around the wound site and to hot spots that haven't blistered/opened up yet, but i have found that lukotape by itself is the best option as it is very sticky and will hold well as long as it is carefully applied.
Before applying the lukotape, moleskin is cut to size and placed under the lukotape, on top/around the wound site, to take pressure off the inflamed area. This also reduce any damage done to the healing wound site when the lukotape is removed/replaced later as the moleskin isn't as sticky.