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Using expired quick fix

Discussion in 'Marijuana Consumption Q&A' started by Ohioboy2, Apr 22, 2019.

  1. So I got a call from a potential employer today and have agreed to take a drug screen tomorrow afternoon. No big deal because I’ve had this bottle of quick fix 6.2 since mid February. I took the bottle out of the packaging today to do a little test run and I ran the batch number to only find out it’s expired. Batch# ST183D90A. There are no visible anomaly’s with the bottle that I can see. This will be my 3rd time using quick fix and I buy from the same shop every time, granted this time it’s been stored away in a cabinet for the last couple of months. The test is tomorrow and the anxiety is building over whether or not this is going to be a success story like the previous two times. Anyone have any experience using an expired batch?
     
  2. WTF? Go get a new one!
     
  3. Did you use the expired batch? Im in the same position and trying to figure out what to do. I dont have time to get a new batch either :/
     
  4. Also if you used the batch did it work?
     
  5. I used an expired batch of quick fix and passed. The results said dilute urine so I was good. 18 panel test btw
     
  6. Yea I saw someone on here who passed with an expired bottle.
     
  7. Called after I submitted urine and found out I expired they told me don’t use it but it was to late. I think they said don’t use it to be safe but I passed was nervous as shit though
     
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