Quick Test Plus is an easy and accurate way to test for 10 commonly abused drugs in the privacy of your own home. Drug use and abuse continues to impact more and more families and homes. This complete home testing kit includes two 10-panel drug tests to detect the presence of Marijuana, Amphetamines, Barbiturates, Cocaine, Ecstasy, Phencyclidine, Methamphetamine, Oxycodone, Morphine and Benzodiazepines. Quick Test Plus kit also includes two sample collection cups and a 3 ounce bottle of laboratory grade control sample along with complete instructions.
Quick Test Plus kit contains:
- Two 10-Panel drug tests
- Two collection cups
- One 3 ounce laboratory grade control sample
- Detailed instructions
The most complicated part of home drug testing is understanding the difference between a positive and negative reading. With this kit, you use one drug test on the control sample which ALWAYS tests negative and the other test on the human sample. This provides an active comparison of the two tests to determine if the human sample is positive or negative.
Begin the testing procedure by collecting a urine sample in the clear plastic cup provided in the kit. Pour the laboratory grade control sample into the white plastic cup. Open one of the test kit pouches and remove the cap. Dip the paper tips into the liquid in the white cup for 10 – 15 seconds, liquid should not touch the plastic case. Remove the cassette and replace the cap. Wait 5 minutes then read results. Repeat these steps with the other test cassette and the urine sample in the clear plastic cup. The test results from the control sample will always read negative, comparing the test results on the urine sample and the control sample will clarify the reading.
- Quick Test Plus only provides a qualitative, preliminary result.
- Failure to use Quick Test Plus as instructed may result in an inaccurate screening result.
- Technical or procedural error may cause erroneous results.
- Adulterants, such as bleach, in urine may produce erroneous results. If adulteration is suspected, the test should be repeated with another urine sample and another test cassette.
- A negative result may not necessarily indicate drug-free urine. Negative results can be obtained when the drug is present, but below the cut-off level of the test.
- A positive result does not indicate level of intoxication or concentration in urine.
- Certain foods, medicines, or supplements may result in a false positive.