SUNzyme neutralizes odors. Malodors themselves are very volatile and light within the atmosphere. As a result, the malodor permeates throughout the entire atmosphere, first, causing unpleasantness then coming into direct contact with the olfactory senses. When SUNzyme encounters malodors, either static or airborne, it combines with them in the atmosphere forming a neutral substance. Due to the high molecular weight of both the malodor and SUNzyme, they fall to a lower atmospheric level and biodegrade naturally. “Biodegradable” refers to the microorganisms in the environment which break down the SUNzyme. When SUNzyme and malodor fall to a lower atmospheric level, the microorganisms break down the encapsulated molecules. As a result of this biomolecular activity, normal air quality is restored. In many areas where SUNzyme is used continuously, a residual effect will impede the reoccurrence of the odor. SUNzyme may be sprayed into the air or directly onto surfaces. The surfactants in SUNzyme, by nature, are water soluble and biodegradable. SUNzyme can be diluted from a concentrated form and can be used as a process addition to existing products.