UPDATE! Read the First Official Quick Fix Synthetic Urine Plus 6.2 Formulation Review!
When I heard rumors about a Quick Fix Urine 6.1 formula about to be release I contacted the people over at quickfixurine.com to ask some questions and told them I did lab testing. To my surprise the offered to send me a box of the 6.1 formula as an early sneak peak and for me to test.
What makes the 6.1 formula so special is it comes pre-mixed with Urea and maintains a two year shelf life. Because drug testing labs in Oregon, Washington, California, Hawaii, Colorado, West Virginia, and Canada tested for the presence of as urea and Quick Fix Urine did not have urea mixed in. To correct this issue, Spectrum Labs created the had a small vial of urea that people had to mix in their quick fix urine before they used it. I was so excited when the box arrived, I couldn’t wait to get into the lab and test the next day. At the lab I decided to run the synthetic urine through the GC/MS and to perform various specimen validity testing (SVT). The GC/MS results showed negative for any drug metabolites being present. For the specimen validity testing (SVT) I used other equipment and test strips to check the creatinine, pH, specific gravity, and a number of other components of urine to make sure it was real urine. Creatinine levels were checked using colorimetry (the typical validity dipstick/cup/cassette) while Refractometry was used for checking the specific gravity. As expected the Quick Fix Urine 6.1 formula passed our urine test used by testing labs in the United States. I want to thank quickfixurine.com for sending me an early box of the newest formula for testing.