With a competitive price and a surefire formula, Clear Choice Sub Solution urine is the way to go for serious relief when you’re in a jam.
Sub Solution Synthetic Urine is made of:
- Uric acid
- Specific gravity
- Balanced pH
Its color, smell and foam look like real urine.
How To Use Clear Choice Sub Solution
1 – Remove the screw cap from the plastic collection container and fill with lukewarm tap water to just under the cap. The tap water should not be too hot or too cold.
DO NOT dispose of cap.
DO NOT open synthetic sample vial until ready for use.
DO NOT open heat activator vial until ready for use.
2- Add entire contents of synthetic sample vial to water in mixing container.
3- Screw cap on bottle and gently shake container until the powder has completely dissolved. (the synthetic sample can be mixed with water up to eight hours prior to use).
Heat Activator (glass amber vial)
The use of the Heat Activator is optional – its sole purpose is to heat the solution to near body temperature.
If prior to submitting your sample, you notice that the solution temperature is already within the proper temperature range of 98°F to 102°F (indicated in green), then you may skip heat activator step.
Important: When concealing the mixing container, never place the container’s temperature strip next to or against your skin as this may lead to a false temperature reading.
For easy pouring: verify that the heat activator content is in a “loose” or “free flowing” granular form. If the granules are in a solid or partially solid form, simply tap the vial against a hard surface, this will break down any clumps and bring the heat activator back to its original granular form.
The principle behind the heat activator is: the lower the temperature of the solution = the more heat activator will be needed. However, be very cautious as to the amount of heat activator used, you must avoid overheating the solution.
Guidelines to the amount of heat activator needed: If you do not see any temperature indication on the strip, this means your sample temperature is below 88°F. In this case we recommend that you carefully add 1/3 of the heat activator into the mixing container. If the temperature on the strip indicates a solution temperature of 88°F to 92°F then we recommend that you only add 1/4 of the heat activator into the mixing container.
Caution: adding an excessive amount of heat activator may overheat the solution; very rarely one will need to use more than 1/2 of the heat activator without overheating the solution!
If the temperature of the solution rises above 102°F, let it cool down by laying the mixing container on the coldest surface available with temperature strip facing up. Wait until the temperature drops back down within the recommended range of 98°F to 102°F (indicated in green).
1- Pour the estimated amount of heat activator
2- Replace and gently shake the contents to completely dissolve the heat activator (usually takes less than 20 seconds).
3- After the heat activator granules have completely dissolved, read the temperature strip to ensure that the solution is within the required temperature range of 98°F to 102°F (indicated in green).
If necessary, carefully add a little more heat activator.
4- Once the solution is in the acceptable temperature range, flip up cap spout of the mixing container and squirt the required amount of solution into the supplied specimen cup.