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You are in in the right because you told her that these were remnants and that you could not and did not warranty them. You made it clear that it was an as is sale and you did not misrepresent or hide anything from her.You have gone beyond what you need to do because you are not obligated to state that you would change the material to new material for her when she agreed to take the product as is.The other documents also help.
The lawyer is not correct.
She bought remnants that were not perfect but that is what you were selling. You were not selling perfect new countertops. Had you been the cost would have bee more and you would have been liable.
You didn't do anything after she bought the materials to allow them to come to harm so this is not your fault.
No you are not. You were upfront with them and told them they were remnants and they had the right to look at the piece and decide what to do.