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#1 posted 02-12-2018 02:56 PM

I ve got a bit of free time coming up and with some spare steel/timber in the shed and nothing I really need for myself I wondered about making a few pieces and putting them up for sale. Do professional woodworkers usually guarantee their work by any means of a warranty? Should a hobbyist do the same whichever the answer?

I have no issue with the concept as I d bet the value of anything I ve made that it won t fail prematurely but does putting it in writing expose you in any way?

What about for pieces like cutting blocks that can be abused/mistreated?

Any thoughts appreciated, thanks!

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Just do cash “as is” pieces

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