Cleaning Injector lines/fuel rail

What would be the best thing to use to clean the exterior of injector lines and the fuel rail?? during my build this winter I've taken the time to have many of my parts powder coated and don't wanna put the rail and lines back on in the state they're in. Thanks
 

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Are they just oxidized? I used a wire wheel mounted in a bench grinder. Then used brake cleaner to make sure there was nothing inside them.
 

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5k psi heated pressure washer i use one on oil field parts and equipment will clean anything off
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What would be the best thing to use to clean the exterior of injector lines and the fuel rail?? during my build this winter I've taken the time to have many of my parts powder coated and don't wanna put the rail and lines back on in the state they're in. Thanks
I guess you did your valve covers and coolant crossover Nick ? Did you do high temp coating? I want to do mine when I do my headgaskets.
 

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