A Basuritas set was released throughout the Republic of Chile around 1989, after the 1988 Argentinian release. It is unknown at this time which South American country held the license and distribution rights for the different international Garbage Pail Kids releases, besides the Stani Company (Productos Stani) for Argentina, but there are several similarities between all three original Spanish releases for Argentina, Chile and Uruguay from the late '80s and their Industria Argentina, Salo and Industria Uruguaya manufacturing companies, respectively. Both Editora Aladino, S.A. and Salo, S.A. produced the albums for Argentina and Chile, respectively, but it is unknown what company produced the Uruguay stickers. The adhesive stickers, needing moisture, measure slightly smaller than 2 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches, similar in size to U.S. trading cards, meant to be stuck down in numerical locations within the accompanied sticker album. A majority of the stickers were non-die cut, but several were die cut.
A second Basuritas set was released ten years later throughout Chile in 1999, again manufactured and distributed by the Salo S.A. company, before the 2000 Argentinian release with the same look and layout. The self-adhesive stickers measured much smaller, at 2 1/4 X 2 3/4 inches, and were non-die cut, peeling from the edges. The second Chilean release also had and accompanied sticker album to place the stickers into; although the album covers are similar for the 1989 and 1999 releases, the contents and sticker style are radically different.