We all agree
- Children are unpredictable. Sometimes they stick corks up their noses or try to eat gross things. Whatever it is that they dream up to do, understand that we can not be held responsible for their imaginations or lack of judgement.
- The best things in life are messy. This includes PotionKits and all the colored water, glitter and spices they contain. We recommend using a tray and apron when creating potions. If you don't like the magical qualities of glitter in your home, we recommend removing it from the kit prior to use, or, embracing the sparkle.
- Real glass is real glass. We have used tempered and laboratory grade glass in our vials and bottles. It is still possible to break vials by dropping or smashing, and while we hope that never happens, injury can occur.
Limitation of Liability
This is the fine print that says you won't sue us for anything.
By reading this form, purchasing a PotionKit or using a PotionKit you agree
to hold harmless (for both yourself and any child that has access a PotionKit); PotionKit, LLC., Rachel Shepard, the Shepard family, employees, and vendors any damage or harm. This agreement extends to any and all items and products sold under the PotionKit name.
Further, the above and fore-mentioned assume no responsibility or liability, directly or indirectly,
for any damage or loss caused or alleged to be caused by or in connection with using a PotionKit or its included components. Your purchase and opening of a PotionKit means you agree to these statements and release PotionKit, LLC of any liability.
You also agree to hold the PotionKit, LLC. harmless from any and all claims, loss or damage to personal property, liabilities and costs, including attorney’s fee, and any medical expenses.