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Photo: Nicoleta Ionescu (Shutterstock) Our national return to the office means a return to all the little indignities we thought we’d left in the pre-pandemic days. The barista hands you your coffee and as you head out, you sip it and discover they got your order wrong, but you’re running too late to go back. There are no open seats on the train, so you stand in your uncomfortable work shoes, being jostled by every person who gets on and off. After one fateful bodyslam from a fellow commuter, the coffee you’re holding (along with the bus pole, your bag, and your phone) spills all over you. It’s abasement after abasement, and while there is no real solution to the overall horror of commuting to an office, we can at least tell you how to get that coffee stain out of your shirt once you get there. Try plain cold water first Before you go mixing a soapy concoction or trying to nonchalantly ask your office manager if there are any cans of baking soda or old toothbrushes lying around, try a little cold water. Nespresso’s website says if the stain is “fresh,” cold water alone might just do the trick. You’ll want to hit the stain from the inside and outside, so head to the bathroom for this, wet a paper towel, and press on the stain from both sides. Don’t scrub hard at the stain. Real Good Coffee Co. advises “this will only damage the material.” Instead, […]