If stained wood it will ruin the finish. Used as a cleaner and degreaser before painting. Not everyday cleaning.
Tessa! I would not do so and this is why:
It can soften and swear the finish.
Rubbing alcohol eats through most lacquers and vinyl finishes, and causes damage to the wood underneath. The damaged areas are a grayish color and resemble a watermark. However, upon further inspection, unlike watermarks which mainly damage just the surface finish of the furniture, rubbing alcohol will permeate into the wood and cause further damage.
Why would you want to? If you are cleaning it a damp cloth will do it, or a mild cleaner like Murphy Oil it if is really dirty.