Removing fins from baseboard heater to reduce heat inside room
I just purchased a home built in the 1950's which has baseboard "Slant fin" heat. I love how well this type of heat keeps the house at a very constant comfortable temperature with the exception of one smaller room; it's just too hot.
Does removing some of the fins from the copper piping reduce the amount of heat inside each room? I was told this is the case by someone who may or may not actually know what he's doing and wanted to confirm before doing so.
Thanks to anyone who can offer some advice!