Detect Now Cocaine Crack Substance Test
- Test any substance or surface for Cocaine or Crack residue
- Immediate and reliable results
- Easy and safe to use
- Can test for illicit drug residues on surfaces such as clothing, keyboards, phones, lockers, car steering wheels or drug paraphernalia
- Package includes ten (10) test collection papers which can test ten (10) different substances or surfaces
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Detect Now Cocaine / Crack Substance Test
If you suspect the presence and or the use of cocaine or crack in your home, school or workplace, then the Detect Now kit can identify if the substance is present. This cocaine/crack test kit gives an immediate answer (positive or negative) to your suspicions.
The Detect Now test can be performed on any surface that the suspected individual has come in contact with, such as, clothing, keyboards, phones, steering wheels, lockers, bathroom counter, backpack or drug paraphernalia. This test kit can detect minute residue particles of Cocaine or Crack. Since you are not testing the individual, you can test without the person's knowledge.
The Detect Now Cocaine or Crack test kit includes ten test collection papers so you can test ten different surfaces or substances. You can use these tests at different times since each collection paper is activated by the spray in the provided aerosol can.
If the surface or substance you are testing is positive for Cocaine or Crack then the test paper will turn a turquoise blue color within five seconds after spraying. If no turquoise blue color appears with five seconds then the test is negative. If the results are negative, discard the paper and attempt to collect traces of material in other places or on other surfaces.
The Detect Now Test is an aid in attempting to identify the presence of cocaine or crack. A positive test indicates the probability of the presence of an illegal drug. However, there are occasions when other substances can provide a false reading. The Cocaine Crack Substance Test will show a false positive reading for the following substances: dibutacaine, butacaine, methapyrilene, lidocaine.
A positive test result does NOT mean a person is using crack/cocaine, but could reflect that an individual has come in contact with such drugs. A positive reading should never be used as the sole basis for determining the existence of illegal drugs.Please note: The Detect Now Cocaine Substance Test - is a substance identification test that identifies drugs and drug residue on any surface - not a urinary drug test. You can add a Cocaine Urine Drug Test to your order below:
Step 1: Remove one collection paper from the collection book. (Try to touch the plactic coated side only)
Step 2: While holding the collection paper at the edge, rub the suspected surface area to maximize the amount of material to adhere to your collection paper.
Step 3: Shake the aerosol can, remove the cap, and spray a few short bursts (2 or 3) on the side of the paper you collected the suspected material. Always point the spray away from your face. Make sure most of the spray hits the target of the collection side of the paper.
If positive for Cocaine or Crack, turquoise blue color will appear in the first five seconds. If no turquoise blue color appears within five seconds the the test is negative. The turquoise blue color will match the color of the reaction pictured on the instruction card.
Step 4: If the results are negative, discard the paper, attempt to collect traces of material in other places.
This prodict is an aid in attempting to identify the presence of cocaine or crack. A positive test indicates the prbability of the presence of an illegal drug. However, there are occasions when the test will show a false positive reading for uncontrolled substances. For example, the following substances will show a false reading when this product is applied: dibutacaine, butacaine, methapyrilene, lidocaine.
A positive result does not mean that an individual is using cocaine or crack, but could reflect that such an individual has come in contact with such drugs. A positive reading should never be used as the sole basis for determing the existence of illegal drugs. Upon a positive reading, expert advice should be sought, such as a family counselor.
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