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Whether you prefer to pour your detergent, pop a tablet in with your laundry or scoop your powder – we’ve got the right detergent measurer for you. To order a free ball, net or scoop for your favourit… Read More
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Whether you prefer to pour your detergent, pop a tablet in with your laundry or scoop your powder – we’ve got the right detergent measurer for you. To order a free ball, net or scoop for your favourite Persil product, just pop your details into the form and we’ll do our very best to get it to you in the next 14 days. In the meantime, why not try Persil small & mighty next time you put on a wash? It’s the small bottle that removes tough stains, even in a quick wash.

And better yet, it deep cleans on a cooler and shorter cycle – saving you both time and money! You can also sign up to our mailing list – it’s the perfect way to learn about new products, special promotions and fab competitions – just tick the boxes below.

If you have any questions about how to use a Persil scoop or dosing ball, check out our article!

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Who knew such strong feelings came with detergent dosing devices.
banned 5 Likes
I do not understand why anybody would need those!! The scoop is way too big, you need a third of that and you don't need the ball to pour a tiny bit in washing machine. I think these are given for people to use way too much detergent and therefore buy it more often. I'm boycotting them.

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banned 5 Likes #1
I do not understand why anybody would need those!! The scoop is way too big, you need a third of that and you don't need the ball to pour a tiny bit in washing machine. I think these are given for people to use way too much detergent and therefore buy it more often. I'm boycotting them.
#2
Many thx
banned#3
Chatz
Many thx

you dont need that thing yanno
3 Likes #4
jasmineinlondon
Chatz
Many thx
you dont need that thing yanno
Where did you get your expertise in what other people may or may not need? :|
#5
Chatz
Many thx
You are more than welcomed! :3
#6
jasmineinlondon
I do not understand why anybody would need those!! The scoop is way too big, you need a third of that and you don't need the ball to pour a tiny bit in washing machine. I think these are given for people to use way too much detergent and therefore buy it more often. I'm boycotting them.
The Persil scoop quickly and easily measures 110ml of Persil’s powdered detergents, which is the perfect amount for washing a standard load of laundry. If your clothes are heavily soiled, you can also use the scoop to measure additional detergent – recommended at an extra 100ml if you’re using your washing machine’s pre-wash setting, or 210ml if your clothing requires a more intense clean. It’s best not to add more than two full scoops of powdered detergent to a wash, as this could leave a soapy residue on your clothes, or block your machine’s filters. The ball can go in the washing machine drum as is my personal choice. oO
banned 1 Like #7
54KUR413
jasmineinlondon
Chatz
Many thx
you dont need that thing yanno
Where did you get your expertise in what other people may or may not need? :|
just dont be a marketing victim!!
banned#8
54KUR413
jasmineinlondon
I do not understand why anybody would need those!! The scoop is way too big, you need a third of that and you don't need the ball to pour a tiny bit in washing machine. I think these are given for people to use way too much detergent and therefore buy it more often. I'm boycotting them.
The Persil scoop quickly and easily measures 110ml of Persil’s powdered detergents, which is the perfect amount for washing a standard load of laundry. If your clothes are heavily soiled, you can also use the scoop to measure additional detergent – recommended at an extra 100ml if you’re using your washing machine’s pre-wash setting, or 210ml if your clothing requires a more intense clean. It’s best not to add more than two full scoops of powdered detergent to a wash, as this could leave a soapy residue on your clothes, or block your machine’s filters. The ball can go in the washing machine drum as is my personal choice. oO

Marketing victim again... sighs
3 Likes #9
jasmineinlondon
54KUR413
jasmineinlondon
I do not understand why anybody would need those!! The scoop is way too big, you need a third of that and you don't need the ball to pour a tiny bit in washing machine. I think these are given for people to use way too much detergent and therefore buy it more often. I'm boycotting them.
The Persil scoop quickly and easily measures 110ml of Persil’s powdered detergents, which is the perfect amount for washing a standard load of laundry. If your clothes are heavily soiled, you can also use the scoop to measure additional detergent – recommended at an extra 100ml if you’re using your washing machine’s pre-wash setting, or 210ml if your clothing requires a more intense clean. It’s best not to add more than two full scoops of powdered detergent to a wash, as this could leave a soapy residue on your clothes, or block your machine’s filters. The ball can go in the washing machine drum as is my personal choice. oO
Marketing victim again... sighs
I am not a victim of anything! I just want a thing that I can put in my washing machine to wash my clothes!!!(_;)
banned#10
54KUR413
jasmineinlondon
54KUR413
jasmineinlondon
I do not understand why anybody would need those!! The scoop is way too big, you need a third of that and you don't need the ball to pour a tiny bit in washing machine. I think these are given for people to use way too much detergent and therefore buy it more often. I'm boycotting them.
The Persil scoop quickly and easily measures 110ml of Persil’s powdered detergents, which is the perfect amount for washing a standard load of laundry. If your clothes are heavily soiled, you can also use the scoop to measure additional detergent – recommended at an extra 100ml if you’re using your washing machine’s pre-wash setting, or 210ml if your clothing requires a more intense clean. It’s best not to add more than two full scoops of powdered detergent to a wash, as this could leave a soapy residue on your clothes, or block your machine’s filters. The ball can go in the washing machine drum as is my personal choice. oO
Marketing victim again... sighs
I am not a victim of anything! I just want a thing that I can put in my washing machine to wash my clothes!!!(_;)


pour it in on the clothes hahaha so obvious it's funny
#11
jasmineinlondon
54KUR413
jasmineinlondon
54KUR413
jasmineinlondon
I do not understand why anybody would need those!! The scoop is way too big, you need a third of that and you don't need the ball to pour a tiny bit in washing machine. I think these are given for people to use way too much detergent and therefore buy it more often. I'm boycotting them.
The Persil scoop quickly and easily measures 110ml of Persil’s powdered detergents, which is the perfect amount for washing a standard load of laundry. If your clothes are heavily soiled, you can also use the scoop to measure additional detergent – recommended at an extra 100ml if you’re using your washing machine’s pre-wash setting, or 210ml if your clothing requires a more intense clean. It’s best not to add more than two full scoops of powdered detergent to a wash, as this could leave a soapy residue on your clothes, or block your machine’s filters. The ball can go in the washing machine drum as is my personal choice. oO
Marketing victim again... sighs
I am not a victim of anything! I just want a thing that I can put in my washing machine to wash my clothes!!!(_;)
pour it in on the clothes hahaha so obvious it's funny
That's one of the most ludicrous things I have ever read! I want even spread of my laundry detergent & not just one garment to absorb it all. :|
banned#12
54KUR413
jasmineinlondon
54KUR413
jasmineinlondon
54KUR413
jasmineinlondon
I do not understand why anybody would need those!! The scoop is way too big, you need a third of that and you don't need the ball to pour a tiny bit in washing machine. I think these are given for people to use way too much detergent and therefore buy it more often. I'm boycotting them.
The Persil scoop quickly and easily measures 110ml of Persil’s powdered detergents, which is the perfect amount for washing a standard load of laundry. If your clothes are heavily soiled, you can also use the scoop to measure additional detergent – recommended at an extra 100ml if you’re using your washing machine’s pre-wash setting, or 210ml if your clothing requires a more intense clean. It’s best not to add more than two full scoops of powdered detergent to a wash, as this could leave a soapy residue on your clothes, or block your machine’s filters. The ball can go in the washing machine drum as is my personal choice. oO
Marketing victim again... sighs
I am not a victim of anything! I just want a thing that I can put in my washing machine to wash my clothes!!!(_;)
pour it in on the clothes hahaha so obvious it's funny
That's one of the most ludicrous things I have ever read! I want even spread of my laundry detergent & not just one garment to absorb it all. :|


it wouldnt... but I was going to suggest to pour it in the detergent drawer like a normal person but thought.... she wont do that haha
#13
I thought the scoop thing comes with it everytime u buy a new box have things changed these days
banned#14
muddassarsardar
I thought the scoop thing comes with it everytime u buy a new box have things changed these days
no one needs it thats why it's not in there
#15
jasmineinlondon
muddassarsardar
I thought the scoop thing comes with it everytime u buy a new box have things changed these days
no one needs it thats why it's not in there
You have NO idea of what people need or want! Unless you took a course or degree or some anonymous thing!!! I use liquid detergents and prefer to put it IN a ball IN my washing machine. :|

Edited By: 54KUR413 on Oct 11, 2016 19:56
2 Likes #16
jasmineinlondon
54KUR413
jasmineinlondon
54KUR413
jasmineinlondon
54KUR413
jasmineinlondon
I do not understand why anybody would need those!! The scoop is way too big, you need a third of that and you don't need the ball to pour a tiny bit in washing machine. I think these are given for people to use way too much detergent and therefore buy it more often. I'm boycotting them.
The Persil scoop quickly and easily measures 110ml of Persil’s powdered detergents, which is the perfect amount for washing a standard load of laundry. If your clothes are heavily soiled, you can also use the scoop to measure additional detergent – recommended at an extra 100ml if you’re using your washing machine’s pre-wash setting, or 210ml if your clothing requires a more intense clean. It’s best not to add more than two full scoops of powdered detergent to a wash, as this could leave a soapy residue on your clothes, or block your machine’s filters. The ball can go in the washing machine drum as is my personal choice. oO
Marketing victim again... sighs
I am not a victim of anything! I just want a thing that I can put in my washing machine to wash my clothes!!!(_;)
pour it in on the clothes hahaha so obvious it's funny
That's one of the most ludicrous things I have ever read! I want even spread of my laundry detergent & not just one garment to absorb it all. :|
it wouldnt... but I was going to suggest to pour it in the detergent drawer like a normal person but thought.... she wont do that haha
I used to do that but have found that my clothes smell even more amazing when I place my detergent / conditioners into a ball INTO my washing machine drum! You clearly have some unresolved issues in your life & you are using this forum as an outlet! (_;)
banned#17
54KUR413
jasmineinlondon
muddassarsardar
I thought the scoop thing comes with it everytime u buy a new box have things changed these days
no one needs it thats why it's not in there
You have NO idea of what people need or want! Unless you took a course or degree or some anonymous thing!!! I use liquid detergents and prefer to put it IN a ball IN my washing machine. :|
you can but you dont need to do that :)
banned#18
54KUR413
jasmineinlondon
54KUR413
jasmineinlondon
54KUR413
jasmineinlondon
54KUR413
jasmineinlondon
I do not understand why anybody would need those!! The scoop is way too big, you need a third of that and you don't need the ball to pour a tiny bit in washing machine. I think these are given for people to use way too much detergent and therefore buy it more often. I'm boycotting them.
The Persil scoop quickly and easily measures 110ml of Persil’s powdered detergents, which is the perfect amount for washing a standard load of laundry. If your clothes are heavily soiled, you can also use the scoop to measure additional detergent – recommended at an extra 100ml if you’re using your washing machine’s pre-wash setting, or 210ml if your clothing requires a more intense clean. It’s best not to add more than two full scoops of powdered detergent to a wash, as this could leave a soapy residue on your clothes, or block your machine’s filters. The ball can go in the washing machine drum as is my personal choice. oO
Marketing victim again... sighs
I am not a victim of anything! I just want a thing that I can put in my washing machine to wash my clothes!!!(_;)
pour it in on the clothes hahaha so obvious it's funny
That's one of the most ludicrous things I have ever read! I want even spread of my laundry detergent & not just one garment to absorb it all. :|
it wouldnt... but I was going to suggest to pour it in the detergent drawer like a normal person but thought.... she wont do that haha
I used to do that but have found that my clothes smell even more amazing when I place my detergent / conditioners into a ball INTO my washing machine drum! You clearly have some unresolved issues in your life & you are using this forum as an outlet! (_;)

I'm glad to have helped, I dislike people being marketing victims... you're very welcome sweetie.

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[mod][COMMUNITY SUPPORT] 1 Like #19
Keep on topic, please folks :)
banned 1 Like #20
HutchAW
Keep on topic, please folks :)
I was trying to help but thanks Hutch, I will ;)
7 Likes #21
Who knew such strong feelings came with detergent dosing devices.
1 Like #22
I remember the good ole days when these were free in a box of soap.
#23
Jeez, it's a free measuring jug, you don't have to use it for Persil!
banned#24
b1g1an
Jeez, it's a free measuring jug, you don't have to use it for Persil!
you dont have to use it at all, that's what the detergent drawer is there for hahahah
#25
54KUR413
jasmineinlondon
54KUR413
jasmineinlondon
54KUR413
jasmineinlondon
54KUR413
jasmineinlondon
I do not understand why anybody would need those!! The scoop is way too big, you need a third of that and you don't need the ball to pour a tiny bit in washing machine. I think these are given for people to use way too much detergent and therefore buy it more often. I'm boycotting them.
The Persil scoop quickly and easily measures 110ml of Persil’s powdered detergents, which is the perfect amount for washing a standard load of laundry. If your clothes are heavily soiled, you can also use the scoop to measure additional detergent – recommended at an extra 100ml if you’re using your washing machine’s pre-wash setting, or 210ml if your clothing requires a more intense clean. It’s best not to add more than two full scoops of powdered detergent to a wash, as this could leave a soapy residue on your clothes, or block your machine’s filters. The ball can go in the washing machine drum as is my personal choice. oO
Marketing victim again... sighs
I am not a victim of anything! I just want a thing that I can put in my washing machine to wash my clothes!!!(_;)
pour it in on the clothes hahaha so obvious it's funny
That's one of the most ludicrous things I have ever read! I want even spread of my laundry detergent & not just one garment to absorb it all. :|
it wouldnt... but I was going to suggest to pour it in the detergent drawer like a normal person but thought.... she wont do that haha
I used to do that but have found that my clothes smell even more amazing when I place my detergent / conditioners into a ball INTO my washing machine drum! You clearly have some unresolved issues in your life & you are using this forum as an outlet! (_;)

We used to use standard powders...used to get the really large boxes of powders from Makro.

Now we use the balls that come with liquid detergent in the drum for around the past year and a half. Over the past month (drainage is plumbed through waste pipe of kitchen sink) there has been a horrible sulphur smell wafting through the sink plug hole...after google researching it was of no surprise that it is a common problem with using liquid detergent in the drum, particularly with low 30-40 degree wash cycles.

Only 2 days ago did I do a couple of doses of recommended soda crystals in the drum on the highest temperature wash cycle (90C) our machine allows to help remove bacteria and grease residue that builds up from the liquid detergent and low temperature washing.

Never ever did a recommended once monthly maintenance high temperature wash on our old washing machine which we used for 12 years and still was going strong when given to a friend, and only ever used wash powder in that....and not once had any problems with smell, and plumbed into exactly the same sink. Liquid detergents leave residue and subsequently require more maintenance.
banned#26
cicobuff
54KUR413
jasmineinlondon
54KUR413
jasmineinlondon
54KUR413
jasmineinlondon
54KUR413
jasmineinlondon
I do not understand why anybody would need those!! The scoop is way too big, you need a third of that and you don't need the ball to pour a tiny bit in washing machine. I think these are given for people to use way too much detergent and therefore buy it more often. I'm boycotting them.
The Persil scoop quickly and easily measures 110ml of Persil’s powdered detergents, which is the perfect amount for washing a standard load of laundry. If your clothes are heavily soiled, you can also use the scoop to measure additional detergent – recommended at an extra 100ml if you’re using your washing machine’s pre-wash setting, or 210ml if your clothing requires a more intense clean. It’s best not to add more than two full scoops of powdered detergent to a wash, as this could leave a soapy residue on your clothes, or block your machine’s filters. The ball can go in the washing machine drum as is my personal choice. oO
Marketing victim again... sighs
I am not a victim of anything! I just want a thing that I can put in my washing machine to wash my clothes!!!(_;)
pour it in on the clothes hahaha so obvious it's funny
That's one of the most ludicrous things I have ever read! I want even spread of my laundry detergent & not just one garment to absorb it all. :|
it wouldnt... but I was going to suggest to pour it in the detergent drawer like a normal person but thought.... she wont do that haha
I used to do that but have found that my clothes smell even more amazing when I place my detergent / conditioners into a ball INTO my washing machine drum! You clearly have some unresolved issues in your life & you are using this forum as an outlet! (_;)
We used to use standard powders...used to get the really large boxes of powders from Makro.
Now we use the balls that come with liquid detergent in the drum for around the past year and a half. Over the past month (drainage is plumbed through waste pipe of kitchen sink) there has been a horrible sulphur smell wafting through the sink plug hole...after google researching it was of no surprise that it is a common problem with using liquid detergent in the drum, particularly with low 30-40 degree wash cycles.
Only 2 days ago did I do a couple of doses of recommended soda crystals in the drum on the highest temperature wash cycle (90C) our machine allows to help remove bacteria and grease residue that builds up from the liquid detergent and low temperature washing.
Never ever did a recommended once monthly maintenance high temperature wash on our old washing machine which we used for 12 years and still was going strong when given to a friend, and only ever used wash powder in that....and not once had any problems with smell, and plumbed into exactly the same sink. Liquid detergents leave residue and subsequently require more maintenance.

correct but I clean my washing machine differently, hot cycle with vinegar, weekly. no smell!
banned#27
in fact you can just pour vinegar with detergent in drawer, cleans and doesnt leave any smell
1 Like #28
jasmineinlondon
cicobuff
54KUR413
jasmineinlondon
54KUR413
jasmineinlondon
54KUR413
jasmineinlondon
54KUR413
jasmineinlondon
I do not understand why anybody would need those!! The scoop is way too big, you need a third of that and you don't need the ball to pour a tiny bit in washing machine. I think these are given for people to use way too much detergent and therefore buy it more often. I'm boycotting them.
The Persil scoop quickly and easily measures 110ml of Persil’s powdered detergents, which is the perfect amount for washing a standard load of laundry. If your clothes are heavily soiled, you can also use the scoop to measure additional detergent – recommended at an extra 100ml if you’re using your washing machine’s pre-wash setting, or 210ml if your clothing requires a more intense clean. It’s best not to add more than two full scoops of powdered detergent to a wash, as this could leave a soapy residue on your clothes, or block your machine’s filters. The ball can go in the washing machine drum as is my personal choice. oO
Marketing victim again... sighs
I am not a victim of anything! I just want a thing that I can put in my washing machine to wash my clothes!!!(_;)
pour it in on the clothes hahaha so obvious it's funny
That's one of the most ludicrous things I have ever read! I want even spread of my laundry detergent & not just one garment to absorb it all. :|
it wouldnt... but I was going to suggest to pour it in the detergent drawer like a normal person but thought.... she wont do that haha
I used to do that but have found that my clothes smell even more amazing when I place my detergent / conditioners into a ball INTO my washing machine drum! You clearly have some unresolved issues in your life & you are using this forum as an outlet! (_;)
We used to use standard powders...used to get the really large boxes of powders from Makro.
Now we use the balls that come with liquid detergent in the drum for around the past year and a half. Over the past month (drainage is plumbed through waste pipe of kitchen sink) there has been a horrible sulphur smell wafting through the sink plug hole...after google researching it was of no surprise that it is a common problem with using liquid detergent in the drum, particularly with low 30-40 degree wash cycles.
Only 2 days ago did I do a couple of doses of recommended soda crystals in the drum on the highest temperature wash cycle (90C) our machine allows to help remove bacteria and grease residue that builds up from the liquid detergent and low temperature washing.
Never ever did a recommended once monthly maintenance high temperature wash on our old washing machine which we used for 12 years and still was going strong when given to a friend, and only ever used wash powder in that....and not once had any problems with smell, and plumbed into exactly the same sink. Liquid detergents leave residue and subsequently require more maintenance.
correct but I clean my washing machine differently, hot cycle with vinegar, weekly. no smell!

White vinegar not malt I hope :D

Going to go round the rubber door seal with white vinegar, it is useful for those that use the drawer too for cleaning it.
#29
jasmineinlondon
I do not understand why anybody would need those!! The scoop is way too big, you need a third of that and you don't need the ball to pour a tiny bit in washing machine. I think these are given for people to use way too much detergent and therefore buy it more often. I'm boycotting them.
Ur right and if these don't work I recommend trying night nurse that will help dose off :{
#30
jasmineinlondon
b1g1an
Jeez, it's a free measuring jug, you don't have to use it for Persil!
you dont have to use it at all, that's what the detergent drawer is there for hahahah

Duh...don't think this missus would be impressed if I measured oil and the like out using the washing machine!
1 Like #31
kiwibabe
I remember the good ole days when these were free in a box of soap.
Seems to be alot of people with/on soap boxes here! Chur chur.
#32
Even now someone is urgently awaiting one of these to store next to their Amazon Dash tag. Who is this person and how can I exploit their willingness to waste money?
#33
Use these for cooking bit too big for washing powder
#34
Thanks, I was waiting for this one to return, its very handy, thank you :)
banned 1 Like #35
cicobuff
jasmineinlondon
cicobuff
54KUR413
jasmineinlondon
54KUR413
jasmineinlondon
54KUR413
jasmineinlondon
54KUR413
jasmineinlondon
I do not understand why anybody would need those!! The scoop is way too big, you need a third of that and you don't need the ball to pour a tiny bit in washing machine. I think these are given for people to use way too much detergent and therefore buy it more often. I'm boycotting them.
The Persil scoop quickly and easily measures 110ml of Persil’s powdered detergents, which is the perfect amount for washing a standard load of laundry. If your clothes are heavily soiled, you can also use the scoop to measure additional detergent – recommended at an extra 100ml if you’re using your washing machine’s pre-wash setting, or 210ml if your clothing requires a more intense clean. It’s best not to add more than two full scoops of powdered detergent to a wash, as this could leave a soapy residue on your clothes, or block your machine’s filters. The ball can go in the washing machine drum as is my personal choice. oO
Marketing victim again... sighs
I am not a victim of anything! I just want a thing that I can put in my washing machine to wash my clothes!!!(_;)
pour it in on the clothes hahaha so obvious it's funny
That's one of the most ludicrous things I have ever read! I want even spread of my laundry detergent & not just one garment to absorb it all. :|
it wouldnt... but I was going to suggest to pour it in the detergent drawer like a normal person but thought.... she wont do that haha
I used to do that but have found that my clothes smell even more amazing when I place my detergent / conditioners into a ball INTO my washing machine drum! You clearly have some unresolved issues in your life & you are using this forum as an outlet! (_;)
We used to use standard powders...used to get the really large boxes of powders from Makro.
Now we use the balls that come with liquid detergent in the drum for around the past year and a half. Over the past month (drainage is plumbed through waste pipe of kitchen sink) there has been a horrible sulphur smell wafting through the sink plug hole...after google researching it was of no surprise that it is a common problem with using liquid detergent in the drum, particularly with low 30-40 degree wash cycles.
Only 2 days ago did I do a couple of doses of recommended soda crystals in the drum on the highest temperature wash cycle (90C) our machine allows to help remove bacteria and grease residue that builds up from the liquid detergent and low temperature washing.
Never ever did a recommended once monthly maintenance high temperature wash on our old washing machine which we used for 12 years and still was going strong when given to a friend, and only ever used wash powder in that....and not once had any problems with smell, and plumbed into exactly the same sink. Liquid detergents leave residue and subsequently require more maintenance.
correct but I clean my washing machine differently, hot cycle with vinegar, weekly. no smell!
White vinegar not malt I hope :D
Going to go round the rubber door seal with white vinegar, it is useful for those that use the drawer too for cleaning it.
cheapest white vinegar from asda yep
banned#36
chinki
Thanks, I was waiting for this one to return, its very handy, thank you :)
the detergent drawer is the only thing you need
banned#37
kingofswords
Use these for cooking bit too big for washing powder
exactly
banned 1 Like #38
rdbradshaw
jasmineinlondon
I do not understand why anybody would need those!! The scoop is way too big, you need a third of that and you don't need the ball to pour a tiny bit in washing machine. I think these are given for people to use way too much detergent and therefore buy it more often. I'm boycotting them.
Ur right and if these don't work I recommend trying night nurse that will help dose off :{
I prefer doctors :)
banned#39
b1g1an
jasmineinlondon
b1g1an
Jeez, it's a free measuring jug, you don't have to use it for Persil!
you dont have to use it at all, that's what the detergent drawer is there for hahahah
Duh...don't think this missus would be impressed if I measured oil and the like out using the washing machine!
ah so you use it for cooking, fair enough
#40
jasmineinlondon
in fact you can just pour vinegar with detergent in drawer, cleans and doesnt leave any smell
You could use the dosing cup/ball!!! LolX)

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