Home test kits used to be for things like finding out if you're pregnant or checking the hot tub's chlorine level. Now over-the-counter chemical tests can tell you if your spouse is cheating or if your new home ever doubled as a meth lab. Yes, science now makes house calls.
The Kit (left) Tests for STDs
Some ailments are too embarrassing for the family doc. This kit, part of the CDC's Infertility Prevention Project
, lets you swab your privates in private. Send in the sample and a lab runs free tests for chlamydia, gonorrhea, and trichomoniasis.
CheckMate Tests for Infidelity
Riskay may rap about smelling her man's member to sniff out a cheater. You may prefer to use CheckMate
. Rub the blotting paper in the suspect's underpants, then dip it in the included chemicals — if the pad turns purple, they've got some explaining to do.
Lead Test Kit Tests for Lead
You never know what shortcuts were taken to make your tyke's Hannah Montana doll. Unless, of course, you swab the toy with indicator solution. If the solution on the swab or on the toy turns yellow, brown, or black, you've got lead.
MethChek 50 Tests for Meth Residue
Foreclosures are a great chance to score a house on the cheap. But how do you know that three-bedroom ranch wasn't once a suburban meth lab? By swabbing the walls with this immunoassay kit
, of course!
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