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3D printed in matte translucent plastic that showcases fine and intricate details.
Please read all instructions below before assembly.
This version of the floor is made of "smooth fine detail" plastic, which offers much crisper detail with a surface suitable for painting. It is slightly more delicate than the second option, "Black Natural Versatile Plastic", which is more resistant to damage but has a grainy texture that doesn't hold paint well. The second version is sold in a separate listing. Scrub the parts before paint or assembly with pure simple green and an electric tooth brush, then scrub again in water as hot as you can keep your hand in without burning it. Repeat as needed until the model has no waxy residue left from the print process. I use a sonicare toothbrush for this. Use plastic compatible primers and paints.