I have a wooden table with a glass top:
I want to remove the glass top safely not to injure myself, breaking glass is possible, looks like the glass is glued to the wood.
How can I do that?
Buy a strong Duct tape: (Not the simple transparent used for paper.)
Wrap the whole glass with the duct tape, make sure to not leave any uncovered spot.
Get a hammer, the bigger the better:
Hit the glass wrapped with duct tape with the hammer, but not too strong as to not break the wood underneath the glass.
Get thick woodworking gloves:
Pick the broken pieces and dispose of them in a trash container, better inside a strong nylon bag.
I would NOT try to pry the glass off. Here is what I would try if I had to attempt this:
Find some very thing wire (piano wire, or wire for haning pictures on walls). Get a piece longer than the width of the glass. Create loops in the ends so I can pull the wire. Then with a sort of sawing motion, try to work the wire under the glass... all the way across the entire table. This would be painfully slow... but it's the only way I can think to "break" the glue under the glass.
I suspect that it would quickly be obvious after a few inches if this was going to work.
This won't remove the glue—the table will have glue on it of course. But it MIGHT separate the glass from the table.