I'm in the process of setting up a small business (its more of a hobby really) making and selling things made from polymer clay (Fimo). I just have a small 'niggle' which is worrying me and wondered if anyone knows the answer. I put bits of wire in some items to strengthen a particular part, is this going to be a problem? I make sure everything is made very well made and its very unlikely they'd fall apart, but I don't know what would happen if one did fall apart and exposed a wire! I've read some info on the Trading Standards websites and from what I understand it says I'll be liable for anything I sell, ornaments/decorations etc aren't for children so to clearly state that, but I can't find much other info. I'm sorting out my product liability insurance now as I know thats very important to have if you're making and selling craft items. Does it matter if something decorative has wires inside? its not a toy after all, but a child may still handle it, although the decorations are sturdy enough for their intended use but 'could' be broken under force. I'm worried as when I was reading about product liability insurance it stated 'bad workmanship' isn't covered - how do they decide what bad workmanship is? of course I'd make everything to the best of my ability but how do I know its 'officially' good enough? Any help or advice very welcome.