|Global Product Type||Adhesives/Glues-Specialty|
|Color on Application||Available in: Clear or Light Yellow|
|Capacity (Volume)||Available in: 12 oz or 20 oz|
|Pre-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Post-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Total Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Adhesive Type||Spray Adhesive|
|Suggested Use||Available in: Cardboard, Cloth, Leather, Most Plastics, Most Plastics and Cloth, Poly Sheeting or Toughest Adhesive Applications|
Thank you for your question. Misty Heavy-Duty Adhesive Spray can only be removed with solvents. Acetone is most effective, though you can also try paint thinner or paint stripper. Unfortunately, no matter which solvent you choose, it will destroy your table's finish. Solvents destroy wood finishes.
I'm sorry I don't have better news! Good luck!
I would recommend reading the MSDS Data Sheet for all potential effects that this product can bring. Staring on page 3, the MSDS sheet goes over what to do in each situation such as getting it in your eyes or inhaling it. I have linked the MSDS sheet below.
Stickers and labels are perfect for package identification, branding, organization, and decoration, but they often leave behind a sticky residue when removed. Here is an updated guide for how to remove adhesive residue from various surfaces at work and in your home.