Originally Posted by Donsan
I am wondering how effective this is when there is already water in the pan. That seems to be the usual case when you realize you a drain plugged up with water overflowing the pan. It seems like a decent preventive measure if there is a dry pan.
Agree - Haven't been in that situation but I think I'd employ the wet/dry shop vac to "drain" the pan and then use the H2O2.
We always try to keep a couple qts of H2O2 around as it also works wonders on clothes, carpets, cushions, etc for red wine or blood spills/stains...
and lord knows we spill our wine every now and again