I want to talk to you today about Quick Fix. It’s one of the most popular brands of fake urine that you can buy. If used correctly, it can pass a drug test, but how well does it achieve that?
In this review, I’m going to tell you everything you need to know to use Quick Fix successfully. I’ll tell you how complex the formula is, and how that formula stacks up against the competitors out there.
I’ll give you full instructions for using Quick Fix effectively, and how you can avoid the mistake of submitting your sample outside the narrow temperature range that real human urine exits the body at.
On top of all that, I’ll tell you how often Quick Fix fails, and what alternative synthetic urine products out there you could consider using instead you aren’t convinced by what I tell you here.
What Is Quick Fix?
Quick Fix is synthetic urine. That means it’s an artificially created liquid that mimics the construction of urine, so that when it’s analyzed, and even visually looked at, it passes for human urine.
Quick Fix is made by a company called Spectrum Labs. It’s been on the market for nearly 20 years and is frequently updated. Its current formula is 6.2, so you can see how often it has been updated. That’s obviously good because it means the company is reacting to the latest evidence from drug testing.
It comes in two sizes. The standard size is 2 fluid ounces, and Quick Fix plus is 3 fluid ounces.I think it’s important to say here that Quick Fix plus is just a larger quantity of fake urine. It’s not a better formula.
It also comes premixed. So you don’t need to find filtered water to use it, you just warm it up, and submit the sample. So it’s brilliantly convenient.
How Complex As Quick Fix & What You Get When You Buy It?
Let’s quickly talk about how complex Quick Fix is, compared to human urine. Human urine contains dozens of different chemicals and has around 20 substances that are always found in it.
The key ones are urea, uric acid, and creatinine. Quick Fix contains all three of those. But that’s the only chemicals it does contain. Quick Fix is also balanced for pH and specific gravity. It falls within the ranges that real human urine does.
Quick Fix also looks like human urine. Not under closer scrutiny, but just to look at under normal light, I don’t think you can tell the difference. So put together, it’s is not that complex, but it does contain the main things that would be looked for and will pass quick visual scrutiny during normal handling.
When you buy the Quick Fix kit, this is what you get:
- Premixed synthetic urine containing the three main chemicals
- Air activated heatpad
- Elastic band to connect the heatpad to the urine
- Plastic bottle with the temperature strip on the side containing the urine
When you open the box, you might be a bit underwhelmed to just see that small number of things in the box. That’s all you need, and I wouldn’t even recommend you use the elastic band as it’s not very secure.
How Do It Stack Up Against Other Brands Of Fake Urine?
As you now know, Quick Fix isn’t that complex in the formula. It might be good enough to pass a basic pre-employment drug test, where the person commissioning the test is paying around $60. You’re not going to get a high level of scrutiny or analysis for that money.
Compared to Sub Solution, it really doesn’t stack up that well, unfortunately.
Sub Solution contains 14 chemicals found in real urine. It also looks, smells, and froths exactly like human urine. So it will pass not only the analysis at any level, including a full gas chromatography-mass spectrometry analysis, but it will also pass a lab technician scrutinizing it visually.
Sub Solution costs $80 though, compared to just $39.9 for Quick Fix. That’s a huge price difference.
My advice is to use Sub Solution if you can, but if you can’t, or can’t afford it, or you just don’t care about the drug test that much, then Quick Fix should be good enough to pass a basic level of analysis and scrutiny.
Here Are The Full Quick Fix Instructions You Need To Pass A Drug Test
Let’s now talk you through the full instructions for using Quick Fix that you will need, including my top tip to make sure you don’t get caught out submitting the urine outside the correct temperature range.
- Because it’s premixed, all you need to do is put the bottle of urine in a microwave and put it on full power for about 15 seconds. Take it out and shake it gently, and check the temperature strip. If it’s got no reading (it will only have a reading if it’s between 90°F and 100°F), keep microwaving it in short bursts until you get a reading.
- Pre-activate the heatpad before you start microwaving the sample so that it’s pumping out a steady heat. Then attach it to the sample. I would personally use tape rather than the supplied elastic band.
- The next step is to disguise the sample. Wear baggy jogging bottoms and a couple of pairs of underpants. Tuck the sample in between the two pairs of underpants, so it’s close to your skin and maintains the temperature, but is tucked away securely.
- This is my crucial top tip. Human urine exits the body at between 95°F and 100°F, usually closer to the hundred degrees Fahrenheit range. If it doesn’t, then it’s a fake sample. But here’s the thing, legally, they have to accept any sample between 90°F 100°F, to allow a few degrees for cooling between you doing the sample, and it is handed over and temperature checked.
My advice is to check the sample temperature just before you go into the building where you’re going to submit it. If it’s cooled, heat it up. A flask of hot, not boiling, water is ideal for doing this. Just pour it over to raise the temperature. This will ensure that it’s going to be within that narrow temperature range when you hand it over.
Quick Fix Review: Does It Work Or Will It Fail?
Let me now tell you how Quick Fix stacks up in terms of working or failing people.
You’ll see a lot of people saying that Quick Fix has failed them. Now the problem is that you don’t know how many of those people are simply idiots who didn’t submit it within the correct temperature range. That’s crucial, and I’ve explained how you can achieve that now.
Once you’ve ruled out those people, you’re left with a far smaller sample size of people who claim that Quick Fix didn’t work for them.
Let’s be clear, it’s a basic formula. So if they are facing a more advanced type of drug test, or that sample is flagged after the initial analysis and goes through a full urinalysis, or the most advanced gas chromatography-mass spectrometry analysis, then it’s going to get found out.
But most people don’t get those more advanced checks. The sample looks okay, it is within the correct temperature range, it passed validity checks for the obvious things in it, so they then just test it against the drug panel kit, and you pass.
But if you suspect you’re going for a more advanced drug test, let’s say it’s a senior position, then you can guarantee that you are going to face a higher level of drug testing.
It also pays to do some research online as well. Check out the company you’re going for the interview with, to see what sort of drug testing people say they have. If they suggest it’s high scrutiny of analysis, or they vary their drug testing, then you might want to upgrade Quick Fix to something more advanced.
The bottom line though, is for most people, going for a basic drug test, Quick Fix will be good enough to pass. But if you want a higher level of guarantee, go for a better quality of urine like Sub Solution.
Buying Quick Fix: Advice & Alternatives
I would advise you to buy Quick Fix, or any drug test products, only from authorized resellers, or the website of the company that actually makes it.
The reason for this advice is that too many people make fakes and sell them on places like Amazon and eBay. You will be absolutely amazed how many fake products are online in the drug testing avoidance industry.
Put it this way, if you spend $40 on Quick Fix, and fail your drug test, would you think it was fake? Of course not, you’d assume the formula was poor, or you just got found out in some way. You wouldn’t be reporting the listing to Amazon.
So my advice is to buy Quick Fix only from the authorized reseller, and you can do that by clicking here.
In terms of alternatives, there is an absolute myriad of fake urine products on the market. However, most of them are absolute rubbish (things like Magnum and U-Pass). They just aren’t balanced in any way and will fail even the most rudimentary of professional scrutiny, both visually, and during analysis.
The reason for that is that most of them were designed when drug testing was more basic, all were designed for fetish purposes, and would never ever be designed for passing a drug test in the first place. But because they are dirt cheap to buy wholesale, people market them for sale for that purpose because they could get a better price.
For me, you have several great alternatives to Quick Fix though. But I’m only going to mention two of them to you here.
Sub Solution is the most obvious one, as I’ve already mentioned. It costs $85, but you get what you pay for. You’ll get 14 chemicals mixed in, and on top of that, it doesn’t rely on a heatpad. Sub Solution uses heat activator powder, which heats up the liquid through agitation. This allows you to use it literally before you go in, and then keep the sample warm against your body.
If you want to upgrade even further, Quick Luck is the new product from clear choice, the people who make Sub Solution.
Quick Luck is a slightly more advanced formula than Sub Solution. It’s also premixed, not a powder like Sub Solution is. So you won’t need filtered water.
You’ll get the heat activator powder, and even a heatpad. So you can attach the heatpad to keep the sample warm, and then use Quick Luck costs $100 though, so it’s not cheap, costing more than three times the price of Quick Fix.
If you’re going to upgrade to Sub Solution or Quick Luck, I’d also recommend you invest $39.9 in buying a combo deal of either of those fake urine choices alongside something called the practice kit.
The practice kit allows you to use water to test the heat pads and the heat activator powder. By doing that, you’ll become proficient in preparing the sample, and understand how quickly it cools, and what you can do about that in advance of the day of your test.
So the bottom line at the end of this Quick Fix review is that is a very basic formula of urine. However, it’s dirt cheap to buy and will pass a basic drug test. Don’t buy it locally or online generally though, stick to the recommended places to buy it.
But if you want to get the most certainty are facing a drug test and passing it, then Sub Solution or Quick Luck are a far better investment because of the complexity, and the way that you minimize the risk of submitting the sample outside that narrow temperature range band.