I turned the temperature up a little to get the layers to melt together a bit more and then did an acetone vapor smoothing to get the glossy finish. It looked great without the acetone, but we wanted to see if it would bring out the luster in the gold, and it really did. If you want to do the same, here is a tip. Put him in the freezer first. This will cause the acetone vapor to condense directly onto the model's surface more effectively. I put him on a few pieces of tile in an old pot with a tiny amount of acetone on the bottom, then heated it with the lid on for a few minutes on a small electric burner until I could hear the acetone boil. Of course this was done OUTSIDE in my garage with the big door open. I let it say in about 5 minutes, then aired it out, outside in fresh air.