2. Urine Dilution
This method has proven successful for many in the past, but with today’s technology, urine dilution is generally an idiot move.
The people testing your urine for substances aren’t fools. They know that the majority of people taking their tests probably have searched for some way to falsify it. They also have a ton of equipment and testing measures to understand the chemical composition of your urine.
Still, bringing chemicals to the drug test and adding it to the sample won’t get you off scot-free. Generally, toting along something like that to your appointment will serve as a dead giveaway you’re cheating a test.
Likely, the liquid used to dilute won’t make it past security and into the bathroom with you. So you’ll have to sneak it in through sneakier ways.
Even those with a level of fame try diluting when it comes to drug testing. Take Jabrill Peppers as he geared up for the NFL draft in the public eye. To pass, he diluted his urine. Unfortunately, this method of cheating is now so obvious, there’s a term for it.
When a test comes back with results reading “negative-dilute”, it’s obvious to probation officers and employers both that the person taking the test has diluted the sample somehow.
While this does not prove conclusively that the person used drugs, it does lead to suspicion. Often the person is tested all over again.