Quick Fix Pro Synthetic Urine Belt Kit | Spectrum Labs
Quick Fix Plus Synthetic Urine by Spectrum Labs is the top choice for many people who are looking to get a high-quality synthetic urine. With its incredible success rate this synthetic urine contains everything you’ll need. Spectrum Labs synthetic urine has all the ingredients natural urine has. It has the proper pH levels, specific gravity, creatine/creatinine, urea, and uric acid. This is a ready to use product that does not require mixing. This toxin-free, clean urine is a unisex blend, that can be used by males and females. No need to refrigerate, freeze or thaw. This product can only be used once but can be reheated or cooled as many times as needed, over the shelf life of the product. Quick Fix Pro Belt Kit is so easy to use, just put the bag in the microwave for up to 10 seconds, check the temperature strip to insure it is around 90-99°F, strap the warmer to the bag, wrap it around your waist. The synthetic urine should last at least 5 hours.
Q: What makes Quick Fix Plus formula special?
A: This innovative mix of ingredients that simulates the chemical qualities and look of natural urine. This synthetic urine is virtually identical to the real thing, labs often use it for their own testing and experiments.
Q: Can Quick Fix Plus be reheated?
A: You can reheat and cool this synthetic urine daily and it won’t damage it.
Q: Is 4oz enough?
A: This amount is more than enough, taking accidental spillage into consideration.
Q: What is the shelf life of this product?
A: If stored properly, see instructions, this product should last up to 3 years. You should always check the batch number prior to use. Failure to check the batch (the number on the side of the bottle) before use, could result in using an outdated or expired product.
This product has been issued multiple patents by and is afforded the rights and protections of the United States Patent Office. U.S. Patent No. 7,192,776 and U.S. Patent No. 9,128,105. This product is to be used in accordance with all local state and federal laws and is not to be used for lawfully administered drug tests.