Plumbing isn't top of my skills list but I have a radiator I'd like to remove as the room has underfloor heating and the radiator is always turned off. This radiator appears to be on the end of a circuit as the inlet and outlet come from the same side. i.e. it comes into the left side of the radiator and the pipe on the right side does a u-turn under the radiator and goes back to where the inlet pipe comes from. My main concern of course is the water coming out and what I should do to prevent a flood. The rest of it like cutting pipes and physically removing the radiator should be pretty straight forward. Can I cut the pipes and catch the water in a bucket or is it going to drain a house full of radiators into my kitchen? What's the usual process for doing this safely.