urine testing device
Urine Luck is a chemical solution, which destroys unwanted substances in the urine, which can be detected during a urinalysis. The product comes in two vials about the size of a pinkie finger and is added directly to the sample before being turned over to the medical personnel. It is designed for a daily user and for random testing because preparations are not needed. It is not recommended for instant screens.
Urine Luck has a 99.6% success rate at beating urine analysis if directions are followed. The directions are listed below which are also included in the package.
1. Urinate 1-2 times before test.
2. Simply shake both vials and add both vials of Urine Luck to 2-3 ounces (60-90 ml) of urine.
3. Do not use with other detoxifying products.
4. Do not drink more than 10 oz. of water an hour on the day of the test.
5. Do not take internally. Avoid contact with skin, may cause irritation; flush affected area with large amounts of water. Do not store in direct sunlight.
There is a formulation number on the directions—customers need to call Spectrum Labs or check the website to make sure their formulation is current. The shelf life is two years. However, Spectrum changes the formula approximately every 6-9 months to stay ahead of the labs. If a certain formula stays on the market too long, the product is reverse-engineered by the labs and eventually becomes detectable. Older formulations can be exchanged for a current formulation free of charge. Inform the customer to return the old formula and once received by Spectrum, a new bottle will be shipped.
Detection of Urine Luck
Most of the older formulas of Urine Luck can be detected. Formulas 1.0 through 5.9 are detectable by the labs; however, these products have not been sold for years. If the product is detected, it will show up as high level of chrome, chromates, or chromium. The tester not following directions usually causes this. If the entire bottle of Urine Luck is added to less than 3 ounces of urine, the chromate levels will be too high. Labs will often call the sample adulterated, presence of masking agent, or the presence of a blocker.
With current formulations of Urine Luck 6.6 and higher the directions state, "to shake both vials and add contents of vial to 2-3 ounces (60-90 mL) of urine." If an individual fails to follow directions and adds the vials of Urine Luck to less then 2 ounces of urine the sample will be rejected as adulterated because the pH will be less than 3.0 or too acidic.
urine testing device