Tuesday, October 15, 2019
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Breathe Free


Our personal product is designed to keep your home free of even the most offensive odors and remove airborne particulates that irritate and cause breathing discomfort.  It can be especially helpful for those with breathing or allergy disorders.  


The system is available as a small portable humidifier, to which you attach our Breathe Free product which disperses mist throughout your home, business or anywhere you want clean air. It comes in a package of six containing Citrus, Berry, and Odorless, along with the Breathe Free humidifier system.

How it works

Breathe Free

Water when heated will rise, as steam. As the steam rises, it also contains the Airborne 10 chemical which makes up our Breathe Free product, and it is released into the surrounding atmosphere where it absorbs odors / dust / particulates and bacteria.

These droplets then fall to the ground and naturally biodegrade leaving the surrounding area free from pollutants.

  • Attach humidifier cap to Breathe Free bottle
  • Invert Breathe Free Bottle onto humidifier
  • Plug in adaptor
  • Set intensity on humidifer depending on room size & intensity of odor
  • Switch on



Breath Free and Airborne 10 are 100% non-toxic! They are safe to use around food, children's room, bathrooms and any other area of your home.

What's an Odor?

What's an OdorAn odor is caused by a volatilized chemical compound(s), normally at a low concentration which animals and humans perceive by the sense of olfaction (or smell).

If you are having odor or dust control problems please contact APPS USA.
To speak to an APPS USA consultant about your odor/dust/gas control problems please call: 575-746-4492 or contact us here.

Breathing Fresh Air Into....

  • Sewage
  • Farms
  • Water Treatment
  • Landfills
  • Refineries
  • Dust Suppression
  • Landfills
  • Feedlots
  • Rendering Plants
  • Effluent Plants
  • Oil Field Operations
  • Personal Home Use
  • Intensive Rearing
  • Food Processing
  • Liming Operations
  • Composting
  • Chemical Plants
  • Compost Spreading