How to use synthetic pee on the day of testing

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When a career rests on the results of a urine test, it can be a nerve-wracking time. Even those who do not use nicotine but have come into contact with second-hand smoke at a party may be worried that this will cause them to fail the nicotine test.

You can quickly find yourself becoming paranoid about what the results of your screening will be and what that means for your future. Lucky for you, synthetic urine is now a fully available and viable solution to anyone stressing out about the dreaded urine screening.

Companies that sell synthetic urine always give you instructions on how to use the product to secure its efficiency and effectiveness. Quick Fix Synthetic urine, for example, always comes with an instructions sheet and warning labels to help you pass your screening.

Sometimes, however, doing continuous research on a subject can calm fears, and therefore we will be breaking down what synthetic urine is and how to use it the day of your urine screening to maximize favorable results.

What is Synthetic Urine?

aboratory worker taking test tube with urine sample from holder, closeup. Urology concept

Synthetic pee works by replacing the normal sample from the person with a warm, fully synthetic sample that is indistinguishable in tests.

This works better than simply drinking plenty of water and giving a diluted sample, as providing a diluted sample can actually count as a fail on the test by giving them a weakened sample.

What synthetic urine is a laboratory-fabricated substance that has the same consistency, temperature, chemical compounds, and bi-products that human urine has?

Synthetic urine use has been on the rise for some time now as people realize how simple, reliable, and inexpensive it can be to have peace of mind about urine screenings.

It is simple to use synthetic urine on the day of your testing. Quick Fix packages the urine in a container, and from then on, all you really have to do is make sure you do not get caught with it on the day of the urine screening, and then drop it into the urine sample container that the testers give you.

Because synthetic urine is not a powder, you do not have to worry about carefully mixing it in the bathroom at just the correct ratio, or taking too long in the bathroom and making people suspicious.

While Quick Fix Synthetic has taken care of almost everything to make the product user-friendly, there are two crucial things you do need to make sure you take care of before you turn in your synthetic urine sample.

Steps To Use Synthetic Pee

Quick Fix batch number

The first thing you want to make sure of is that your synthetic urine batch is not expired. If you bought it specifically for that urinalysis, don’t fret: Quick Fix would never send you an expired product.

However, if you have used Quick Fix multiple times and do not remember when you purchased it, find the batch number and figure out if the product is still under its guaranteed shelf-life.

Quick Fix Synthetic has a shelf-life of two years, and you can reheat it over and over without damaging the chemical properties or affecting the urine in any way.

If it has been some time since you bought the product, your batch number will be on the instructions sheet. Contact us and we can tell you if it’s still good.

Secondly, you always want to make sure that at the time of your urine screening, the temperature of the synthetic urine is equivalent to that of human urine, and therefore realistic.

Quick Fix synthetic urine comes with heating pads that can help get the product to the correct temperature. Many people also have a method of strapping the product to their inner thigh and keeping it there throughout the day.

Because it is in an area that is an incubator for warmth, you will maintain the correct temperature of urine, and it will be ready for whenever your screening is taken; it is also very secretive and will prevent your employer from catching you off guard.

What Do Urine Testers Look For?

examining a fresh urine specimen

A testing lab will want to see a few things present in the sample. This includes a certain amount of creatinine, the right ph level and the right gravity of the sample.

A synthetic pee sample should have all of these things in and should be warmed up to around 95 degrees, as per the instructions, before dispensing it into the sample cup.

The human temperature of urine is usually between 94 to 98 degrees Fahrenheit, so if you heat it up and it is somewhere in between that, it will pass as human urine.   

In some states, the labs will also test for uric acid, which can also be added to the sample. California, Washington, and Hawaii test for urea. If you are in search of synthetic urine with urea or uric acid in them, have no fear, as Quick Fix makes a formula with those specific chemicals in them.

Urea is the breakdown of nitrogen in the body, and if there is an absence of that, you will be flagged as having synthetic urine.

Most companies do not ask for genetic details, but if they do,  the lab will not be able to test for genetic information to prove the ownership of the sample without written permission from the individual.

Call Us Today!

If you have any questions at all, whether related to buying the product or how to use it once it arrives at your home, feel free to call us! You can reach a representative 24 hours a day, seven days a week at (866) 420-4574 with any concerns, comments, or questions you may have.

We try to make Quick Fix as user-friendly as possible, but we understand that it’s better to ask questions than to just wing it and reap the consequences. Best to be on the safe side, especially when it comes to urine screenings!

Resources

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4342697/

https://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/urinalysis/about/pac-20384907

https://www.aafp.org/afp/2005/0315/p1153.html

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