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We had a house fire.. we don't know how this affected the radiators. we are in the process of rebuilding. can you please recommend a procedure we should do in order to make sure
the radiators are ok before hooking them back up? is power washing ok? I cannot afford to take them somewhere and get them sandblasted which is what someone local had suggested. They are going to be in built in radiator covers so I am not worried about appearance. I was just going to wire brush them and use compressed air to get all the surface and loose stuff off. Please give me an opinion. thanks so much. This is a one-pipe steam system.