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Question about Baseboard Fins .....
I have 2 questions about baseboard heating fins ..
A) - Is there such a thing as a "Straightner/separator tool" made for baseboard heating pipe fins, that will make it easier to straighten/gap severely dented and compressed fins vs a screwdriver or butter knife? I have seen such a specific comb tool for the smaller fins of an air conditioner compressor..
.B) - Does anyone make/sell some sort of snap-on or clamp-on fins for existing pipe, I have a long run of (older) baseboard with some sections under the covers that are finless pipe, and was wondering if there was an easy way to simply add a foot or 2 of fin in a couple of strategic spots, &/or possible replace a severly dended section without cutting.....