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Clean Pee In An Empty Quick Fix Plus Bottle

Discussion in 'Marijuana Consumption Q&A' started by hxcsmoke, Jun 17, 2013.

  1. So I have a test in a few days in a Tricore lab inside a hospital. I bought a thing of Quick Fix Plus but I'm sketchy because I feel like this test will be more advanced than most. This will be my first test and its for a hospital job so i'm really stressing over this. I know QFP works the majority of the time but failing is not something I want to take a chance on. I'm getting clean piss from a friend who is clean and I plan on putting it in the empty QFP container. (I'll just poor the QFP out) If I keep the pee in the QFP container and use the hand warmer, will the pee stay at the right temperature?

  2. I dont see why not as long as its at the right temperature.
    Reading the QFP website, it says you can heat their bottle in the microwave for 10 seconds for initial heat too and just use the pad to keep it warm. Before using the pee I'd defiantly take its temperature to make sure that its right. I'm not sure exactly what the temperature of fresh pee should be, but you can defiantly look it up on the internet. Dont stress about the test other than the temperature because if your sure the pee is clean then there's nothing in the lab work that can be against you, only the temperature is really the deciding factor. I wouldn't use the actual QFP liquid thought because more advanced tests check for synthetics and cover up chemicals usually.
  3. thanks man, yeah i have faith in quick fix plus but this is something I don't wanna chance.

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