This Ready Clean detox review will answer the question: does Ready Clean work? Ready Clean has a good pedigree, which I’ll cover at the start of this review. However, I do have some concerns, which I’m going to talk you through.
I’ll explain what Ready Clean detox is for, tell you the Ready Clean instructions to use, and if Ready Clean is powerful enough to work. I will then compare Ready Clean to Mega Clean, it’s the big brother and the premium product from Detoxify.
So is Ready Clean good enough to pass a drug test, a budget way to test negative, or will you need something far more powerful to get through one?
What Is Ready Clean Detox?
Detoxify is a well-established drug detox product company. They mostly sell various detox drinks for a drug test , aimed at different types of the person wishing to mask toxins to pass a urine sample drug test.
Mega Clean is the most powerful, and the large, at 32 oz. then you have Xxtra Clean, which is the medium-sized 20oz product, with Ready Clean being the junior product, at 16 oz. Basically, they are all the same formula. However, I say that with a slight caveat, as Mega Clean does have more ingredients, and therefore I believe it’s a more powerful and complex version of the two junior products.
Ready Clean is aimed at people with very light toxin exposure, and/or small body size. So if you are a person who smokes once a week, female, or small man, with low body fat, who smokes once a week, then it might work for you.
Ready Clean Ingredients
Talking specifically about Ready Clean ingredients. In comparison to the most powerful product Mega Clean, ready clean has 18 ingredients, six of which are various vitamins.
By comparison, Mega Clean has 22 active ingredients.
To me that says that Ready Clean is a slightly simplified formula, and although they may be what’s necessary to help flush out toxins, and replace lost nutrients, I’m not sure I’d want to take the risk for the sake of the extra $30 Mega Clean costs.
So Ready Clean is formula more basic than Mega Clean, and it’s a smaller sized volume of the detoxing liquid.
Ready Clean Instructions
The basic Ready Clean instructions are very straightforward and similar to most other detox drinks out there. The interesting thing is that on the company website, there is no mention of how long you will be masking toxins for, which is, in contrast, the instructions for Mega Clean
But in terms of the actual instructions for using Ready Clean, they are:
- Shake the bottle well and drink the contents over about 15 minutes.
- Wait 15 minutes, then fill the bottle with water, and drink that steadily over 15 minutes as well.
- Over the next hour, urinate several times, to flush the toxins out of your body.
Now although it doesn’t say, within an hour of drinking Ready Clean, you should be in a clean zone, where you can submit a clean urine sample.
The Big Question: Does Ready Clean Work?
The big question is does Ready Clean work? Well, I’m not going to say it doesn’t work, but I do have big concerns.
This is not a real review of Ready Clean, as I haven’t actually tried it. But I have tried Mega Clean on lots of occasions, and I know lots of people who have as well. It’s a brilliant detox drink that really works.
But my concern is, even if it was exactly the same formula, that there is simply not enough volume to flush out the toxins and then replace the lost nutrients and maintain the balance, in a decent sized adult.I just feel that as the junior product, unless you are small, or you smoke once a week, then you could get caught out badly thinking that Ready Clean will be enough for you. I also worry that because it’s cheap, people will take the cheap option, and fail their drug test.
Buy Ready Clean: CVS, Or Elsewhere?
Look, I never recommend you buy a detox product from anything other than a specialist online retailer. If you buy a detox drink like Ready Clean from a headshop, you could be getting a fake, or old stock. It’s the same buying it from a marketplace like Amazon or eBay.
If you buy it physically, products like Ready Clean from CVS, Walmart, places like that, it’s fine as far as they go. But I wouldn’t buy Ready Clean from CVS, or Walmart, if at all, for the reasons I will now outline.
Ready Clean Vs Mega Clean Vs Xxtra Clean
As I said at the start of this Ready Clean detox review, Ready Clean is the junior partner, it’s the smallest size, and I believe a slightly simpler formula. In the middle is Xxtra Clean, coming in at 20 oz, and the premium product, which is a full 32 oz, is Mega Clean.
If you want to save a bit of money, and you have light toxin exposure, lower body fat, and smaller body size, I would still not recommend Ready Clean. I would say go for Xxtra Clean.
But when the price difference is so small, just $40 between Ready Clean and Mega Clean, I would be investing in passing that drug test. You’ve either got a new job depending on it, or keeping a job depending on it, so why risk it to say $40?
Ready Clean Detox Review: Conclusion
My Ready Clean detox review conclusion has to be don’t buy Ready Clean detox at all.
Sure, the answer the question around does Ready Clean work is probably yes it does. But only if you smoke once a week, and are small in body mass.I just cannot see the point in saving a bit of money or taking any risk, when for just $40 more you can buy Mega Clean.
On top of that, if you buy Mega Clean from TestClear, you can get it with six free toxin rid pre-rid pills, which will increase its power even more. So why would you compromise on that?
If you do decide to go for Ready Clean, then you can still get it with the free pre-rid pills if you buy it from TestClear. That’s a good deal when you are only paying $20 for it. However, that’s still taking a gamble you don’t need to, as even with them, I’m not convinced it strong enough for anyone other than the lightest toxin carrier.
The conclusion of this Ready Clean review has to go for the best you can afford, and I would suggest that Mega Clean with the six free pre-rid pills from TestClear has to be the way to go.