If you produce a mist, the peroxide stays mainly liquid and every droplet should keep a little bit of stabilizer, so tehre is hope to keep a low-concentration peroxide for some time...
But are you sure to guess properly how unhealthy this nasty thing is, even at low concentration?
In contact with peroxide, your skin turns white quickly. This results from absorption by the skin and subsequent release of oxygen that creates embolism in your flesh's vessels.
Now, are you really really sure you want to produce a mist that you're likely to inhalate in your lungs?