Product Directions: Activate hand warmer prior to heating up Quick Fix (may take 30-45 minutes for hand warmer to heat up). Shake the Quick Fix bottle and microwave on high for 10 seconds. The temperature strip should display a green dot in a range of 94° – 100°F. If the bottle feels warm in your hand, but is not showing a reading on the temperature strip the synthetic urine is over heated. Simply let it cool down gradually until you see a reading on the temperature strip. If the synthetic urine temperature is below 94°, heat again in the microwave for a few more seconds until you see the green dot on the temperature strip between 94° – 100°F. Now attach the hand warmer with tape or rubber band to the back of the bottle, opposite the temperature strip. This will provide prolonged heat, keeping the bottle temperature near 100°F for approximately five hours. If you can’t microwave the Quick Fix, simply attach the hand warmer to bottle at least 1 hour prior to your test. Shake bottle before and after heating and prior to pouring into cup. Do not transport or store this product in the flip top cap. If your product remains unused, it can be reheated repeatedly as needed. The shelf life of Quick Fix is 2 years from production date. Production date is determined by the batch number printed at the top of the instruction sheet inside the box.
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.
Product Warnings: DO NOT DRINK. Not for consumption. Do not transport or store this product with the flip top cap on the bottle, it will leak. Formula 6.1 is the current formula. Formula information is located on the box bottom below the “Contents” description. Quick Fix products with formula numbers BELOW 6.1 should be returned to Spectrum Labs for a FREE exchange to the current formulation. See our “Exchange Policy” for details on exchanging products.
This product cannot be shipped to residents of IL, KY, or NJ.