My son was making a birdhouse. He asked if he could use the rubber cement (Elmer's), and I said it was okay. I didn't know he was going to use our dining room table as his workspace.
Everything appeared fine until I lifted a piece of paper the next morning and a puddle of rubber cement had fully dried in a flat, clear sheet about 5 inches in diameter with the thickness of about 4 sheets of paper.
The table: hardwood, sanded, stained, dark finish. I polish every week or two with Old English.
Is there a safe way to remove the rubber cement without hurting the table?