Liven up your interiors with Chupa Chups

posted February 08, 2018 at 06:54 pm
by  Manila Standard
Those of us may still remember it as a sweet treat that comforts us during study groups or when the urge for something sweet gets the better of us. Our beloved Chupa Chups have evolved from being just a candy treat, into something that can freshen up any household, office or automotive interiors with a variety of flavors and accessories to choose from. 

Air fresheners are commonplace in many cars, as a way of covering up odors, musty smells, and dank air. Using environmentally and health friendly ingredients, Chupa Chups have developed a line of car air fresheners that utilize natural ingredients which are free of harmful chemicals and artificial scents. Chupa Chups air fresheners come in a variety of scents which include fresh cut flowers, fruit flavors and citrus scents that counter bad odors and filter the air with clean and a fresher smelling interior. “We developed this line of air fresheners based on customer feedback, which explains its ease of use and its wide variety of scents and flavors,” explains Albert Go. 

Aside from air fresheners, Chupa Chups also offer car mats, car seat covers and sun shades which sport the Chupa Chups brand logo. “We carry an entire line up for automotive interiors, which are well designed and engineered to be comfortable and functional,” adds Go. 

Established in 2004, Blade Auto Center is the largest chain of car accessories shops in the country with over 35 stores nationwide. Known as the alternative venue to “Banawe”, a popular car accessories and parts area in Quezon City, Blade is a convenient alternative due to its location, whose stores are strategically spread nationwide in all SM and Robinson’s malls. As an automotive lifestyle store, Blade offers everything you need to accessorize your ride, from audio, video, detailing products, dash cameras and motor oils among others. 

Topics: Chupa Chups
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