How To Keep Synthetic Urine Warm

image of heating pad for synthetic urine 1This may seem like an odd headline since urine is already warm and why would you want to keep it warm once it leaves your body? Synthetic urine is becoming more and more popular as people look for ways to beat a test and ensure that they can keep their job.

Keeping fake pee warm can be tricky, especially if it’s your first time. Heating pads are the go-to method, but there are still specific instructions that need to be followed.

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While doing heroin on the construction site is very wrong, smoking a joint on Friday night at your home should not cause you to lose your job on Monday because of a random screening. This is where synthetic urine comes in.

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Fake pee is used in laboratories to calibrate equipment, and it is a good alternative to trying to beat a pee test with drinks, chemicals, or someone else’s urine (click here to read more about how it was discovered).

In order to use it, the biggest roadblock is ensuring that it is the proper temperature for when you are providing urine.

When you pee, your sample is about 91 degrees F and a failure to provide a urine that temperature at the test can result in a total failure. If it is found you were trying to cheat a test, you can lose your job and even fail jail time depending on the rules in your location.

Thankfully, there are several ways to ensure your pee is the right temperature.

1. Hand warmers are an excellent option. They are small packets, and they can emit heat for as short as an hour or for as long as 10 hours. You can get them nearly anywhere, especially in the winter. All you have to do is wrap the hand warmer around a container that has the sample in it. Attach with elastic bands and leave it there. Test the temperature before you provide it, of course. Between 90 and 100 degrees F is what you want. A temperature strip is the best way to test the temperature of the synthetic piss, and these can be purchased at a pharmacy.

2. Your body heat is another option. All you have to do is use the heat of your body to warm the sample. If you are male, keeping the sample near your genitals is best because you do generate a lot of heat there. The sample can sit right in your underwear, and it will be warmed by your body. For women, under the armpits or on the genitals will also work well, depending on how noticeable the sample is beforehand.

3. Another option is to use the microwave. This can be a dicey option if you don’t know what you are doing. Leave the sample in for too long and you could end up with a heated sample that is far too hot, or possibly destroyed because of the microwave. The best option is to put the sample into the microwave and use it there for roughly 10 seconds, no more.

You need to make sure that you take out the temperature strip and test the temperature of the urine immediately. Unlike hand warmers and body heat, this is a quick and simple way to heat the urine but you need to do it without being noticed while you are at work.

Many of the top rated fake pee providers actually have thermometers on the outside of the bag that will show you exactly how warm the sample is, so you know if you need to heat it up at all. The better fake pee brands can provide you with everything you need to make sure you pass the urine test, including how to store the bag, how to mix it and more.

Fake pee is becoming very popular because it works extremely well in terms of helping a person beat a screening. It is important that you follow all the instructions related to the synthetic urine, so you pass it properly. Ignoring one thing, like not mixing the bag or not heating it, can cause you to fail the test and lose your job, or worse. When used right, it is very hard for a laboratory to realize that they are dealing with a fake sample, not real urine.

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