Did Porter’s statement that the spa was “top of the line” and “the Cadillac of s

Did Porter’s statement that the spa was “top of the line” and “the Cadillac of spas” create any type of warranty?  Why or why not?
If the paperwork provided to Kolchek after her purchase indicated that the spa had no warranty, would this be an effective disclaimer under the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC)? Explain.
One night, Kolchek’s six-year-old daughter, Litisha, was in the spa with her mother.  Litisha’s hair became entangled in the spa’s drain and she was sucked down and held underwater for a prolonged period, causing her to suffer brain damage. Under which theory or theories of product liability can Kolchek sue Porter to recover for Litisha’s injuries?
If Kolchek had negligently left Litisha alone in the spa prior to the incident described in the previous question, what defense to liability might Porter assert?

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