Ok, so 3 weeks ago one of my power outlets caught fire and crashed my 72 gal tank. Well, smoke, a fire extinguisher (since a pot of water from the sink didn’t work -electrical fire) and heat crashed my tank. I removed the fish, coral, and inverts and put them into a 55 gal trash container. I made up what ro water I had and hope for the best. The next day a bought a 14 gal BIOcube and put the survivors into it. Two days later, everything except 2 false percs, yellow tang and spotted goby were dead. I lost countless zoas, zena, kent, shrooms, a super large colt, and too much to list. Here is a before and after pic. On to my question. I have 90-100 lbs of dead live rock - so dead rock, back in the 72 gal in the garage. I have 2 power heads on it and a heater. Its cycling, I’m starting to get diatoms. Anyway, I want to salvage this rock. I will buy some new live rock and seed the tank with it. Do I need to run the filters and or lights to make it into live rock again. I am planning on keeping the tank in the garage for the next 3-4 months. I don't want to set it up in the house until all of the construction/ fire clean-up is done. I do want to start the rock in the garage. So again what would be my best bet to revive this rock in the garage. I am willing to set it up as though its a fully functions tank minus the coral and fish. Which makes me wonder if I should have a small clean up crew in there. Any suggestion will be greatly appreciated. Thank you.