When you ordered/received your masters, the master maker should have indicated whether or not you'll have any cure inhibition with platinum cure silicone.
If not, please reach out and ask them - if they are known to cause any cure inhibition, we won't be able to make a mold of them.
By sending us your masters, you're agreeing that we won't face any cure inhibition issues - and if we should, the mold won't be able to be made and a refund will NOT be issued.
If you're in need of masters - I always recommend finding a maker that uses a FormLabs printer - these makers include RevelBroker & Clerics Components, I've worked on masters made by these makers for a long time now and I can guarantee you will be happy with the results working with them. There are other makers out there using FormLabs printers however I don't have first hand knowledge of them so I don't feel comfortable recommending them at this time.
By agreeing to these terms & conditions you are agreeing that your masters will NOT cause cure inhibition.