Say I have some non-Cricut window cling and a Cricut Explore. Cricut also sells their own window cling, but I have none.

Is there any harm in using non-Cricut brand materials for a project?


Certainly you can.

Cling material is vinyl and there is nothing special about the product on which Cricut puts its name.

If you go too far afield in acquiring non-brand name supplies you might want to pay attention to the thickness and adjust the material setting for your machine accordingly.

  • I suspected this was the answer. The only thing that might be worth adding to this logic is I would not be surprised if there was a warranty clause that is voided by the use of 3rd party materials....
    – Matt
    Sep 11 '16 at 2:52
  • 2
    @Matt Good point. There is such a clause in the warranty, but it does not necessarily mean that using third party materials will cause any harm.
    – Ast Pace
    Sep 11 '16 at 5:02

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