As Toyota Motor Philippines’ way of welcoming its valued customers back to its dealerships, TMP is now offering free vehicle interior sanitation for customers who will have their vehicles serviced from May 11 to June 16, 2020.
This ‘Welcome Back’ promo covers the use of Toyota Bactaklenz, an anti-bacterial treatment proven to eliminate 99.99% of bacteria, molds and fungi inside the vehicle which can cause allergy and other health concerns. Based on medical research and studies, Sage Oil, which is one of its active ingredients, is found to be effective in reducing the spread of common colds and influenza. It can also eliminate cabin odor and foul smell. Other main ingredients are herbal extracts which are non-toxic and environment friendly and is, therefore, safe to use inside the vehicle.
The treatment is applied using a misting system, and leaves a slight pine scent after it is applied. While the main ingredients are non-toxic, part of the sanitation process is to let the mist subside for 10-15 minutes before the vehicle is turned over to the customer. Its effectiveness can last up to three (3) months.
Toyota owners will be entitled to one (1) FREE Toyota BactaKlenz Vehicle Interior Sanitation Treatment when they avail of any or a combination of the following services at participating Toyota dealer outlets during the promo period: Periodic Maintenance (PM), General Service (GS), and Body & Paint (BP).
TMP recognizes that care service is a must at this time to ensure one’s safety and peace of mind when riding a vehicle.For further details on this promo, customers can visit: https://toyota.com.ph/promos/bactaklenz.
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