How to Get Smoke Smell Out of Vintage Lamps
I just got the latest item the vintage goodies that I'm ordering for my new home. It's a pair of lamps with glass bases that have a green plastic coating (see attached photo).
They must have spent a lot of time in a smoker's home because they have that distinctive smell. which I'm guessing is embedded in the plastic colored coating and base/bottoms, which are also plastic. Being old, there's already some flaking off of the color. Normally, I'd douse them with vinegar, but I don't want to cause any additional damage. I certainly don't want to bring that smoke smell into a brand new house, so I'd love any other suggestions on how to get rid of it delicately, without harming the lamps.