Hand lotion is another tricky stain to remove where people tend to try toxic cleaner after toxic cleaner because nothing works. Always remember the most harmful dangers of using chemicals to clean is when you pile one on top of the other. The combinations may not produce an odor but toxic fumes may still be emmited into the air.
Let's try an eco-friendly, natural way to remove hand lotion. Lightly dampen the spot with cool water. Dip a Q-Head for your bottle of concentrated CleanEz. Dab on the spot and wait 30 minutes then rinse with cool water.
If hand lotion has spilled onto wood, sprinkle on some cornstarch rubbing it into the wood in the direction of the grain. Let that set 5 to 6 hours vacuum to remove and repeat. Then place several hand size terry towels on the spot with a plastic bag over the top of the towels. Find a good heavy book and weight down the towels so they can finish removing the stain. If a stain remains the table will require refinishing.