So, you have Spectrum Labs’ Quick Fix Synthetic Urine and you’re wondering if it’s good or not. This is a common question with many Quick Fix customers, and now there’s an easy answer. Just click on the “Batch Validator” link at the top of the home page and enter the batch number to find out! The batch number is printed on the top of the instruction sheet inside the Quick Fix carton. This handy new batch validator tool will tell you if the batch you have is good or needs to be replaced. It provides a link to instructions for exchanging the product (a free service of Spectrum Labs) and even gives you a coupon code to buy a new batch at a discounted price if you batch has expired!
While Quick Fix Synthetic Urine has a shelf life of 2 years from date of production, unless you bought it directly from Spectrum Labs you really can’t tell how old the product is when you buy it. Checking the batch number to verify it is still current is the best way to be sure you have a good product. Following several issues with counterfeit products, Spectrum Labs started using batch numbers that appear to be just random combinations of letters and numbers, there’s no obvious “born on“ date on or in the packaging. That means you absolutely need to use the batch validator to verify your batch. If you buy Quick Fix directly from Spectrum Labs you are guaranteed to be getting fresh product straight out of the production lab. But, if you bought your Quick Fix somewhere else, the batch validator will let you know if you have good product, or need to replace it. Visit the site and try it out for yourself!