- The application of Liquipel® to your devices should not void the warranty. Liquipel® is designed to protect your device against short term accidental water exposure. You should be aware however that exposing your device to water can void your device manufacturer’s warranty, even if it is protected by Liquipel®. We recommend that you do not deliberately submerge your device in liquid in any circumstances.
- We never suggest or recommend that your device may come in contact with water or any other liquid. If your device is ever exposed to water or any other liquids, please refer to the “After Exposure Guidelines”. Failure to follow our guidelines may limit any warranty rights.
- We do not warrant that the coating of your device will work under all conditions (such as intentional submersion in water). We warrant that the coating will be applied to your device in accordance with our design specifications and that neither the coating material nor the application process will damage your device. We are not responsible for any damage that may occur to your device, including, but not by way of limitation, through your use or misuse of your device.
- Due to the nature of our business, we are unable to offer any refunds after our Liquipel® treatments.
Waivers and Limitations of Liabilities
You and we both agree to limit claims against each other for damages or other monetary relief to direct damages. This limitation and waiver will apply regardless of the theory of liability. That means neither of us will try to get any indirect, special, consequential, treble or punitive damages from the other. This limitation and waiver also applies if you bring a claim against one of our suppliers, to the extent we would be required to indemnify the supplier for the claim. You agree that we are not responsible for problems caused by your acts or the acts of others, or by any act of God.
*All information provided here are subject to change as without prior notice. If there is any discrepancy between the English & Chinese versions, the English version will prevail