Free Download: Editable Liability Release for Customer Provided Blanks

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Let’s talk about customers bringing you their own blank products to embellish with your Silhouette or Cricut.

A few examples: Your customer purchases and gives you 10 blank water bottles to add vinyl to for their children’s sports team, a customer provides a shirt for you to add a heat transfer vinyl design to, or a customer provides barnwood from their own collection to you to build a wooden sign from. Some small business owners are okay doing this, while others don’t do it. In either case, you could potentially destroy, break, or lose their products that the customer has provided to you. That’s why it is a good idea for you to have your customer sign a liability release. This document relieves you and your business from having to replace the items if your customer doesn’t like them, or if you lose or damage the blanks.

Today, I’m sharing an editable version of a simple liability release. Need this downloadable form? First, save this post to Pinterest. Then, download the form below.

Free Download: Editable Liability Release for Customer Provided Blanks in Your Silhouette Cameo, Curio, Mint, Cricut Explore Business -

8 thoughts on “Free Download: Editable Liability Release for Customer Provided Blanks”

  1. Yet another wonderful legal form from Cutting For Business! You have a wealth of helpful legal forms which are invaluable to those who can’t afford to have a lawyer draw those papers up. Thanks Christine!

  2. thank you! your free instruction sheets were so helpful & I love the icons behind the instructions. any chance you have an instruction printout for applying vinyl? thank you! love your information!

  3. i saw those & actually learned a good trick about applying to coffee mugs ;).

    I was hoping for a more generic one, for any installation, similar to the ones you created for washing instructions for HTV or not food safe. Loved how you had icons behind the instructions. I have no idea how to create that. thank you!

  4. Hayes Custom Creations

    Thanks for the form! I make sure the customer reads every word and sign before I agree to do the work! It definitely covers you. You are awesome Christine

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