List N: Disinfectants for Use Against SARS-CoV-2 | Pesticide Registration | US EPA
Note: this list, at this URL, is where the regularly updated list lives. It has been updated again and again.
Make sure you also see how these are to be used safely:
Preview of the directions:
6 Steps for Safe & Effective Disinfectant Use
Step 1: Check that your product is EPA-approved
Find the EPA registration number on the product. Then, check to see if it is on EPA’s list of approved disinfectants at: epa.gov/listn
Step 2: Read the directions
Follow the product’s directions. Check “use sites” and “surface types” to see where you can use the product. Read the “precautionary statements.”
Step 3: Pre-clean the surface
Make sure to wash the surface with soap and water if the directions mention pre-cleaning or if the surface is visibly dirty.
Step 4: Follow the contact time
You can find the contact time in the directions. The surface should remain wet the whole time to ensure the product is effective.
Step 5: Wear gloves and wash your hands
For disposable gloves, discard them after each cleaning. For reusable gloves, dedicate a pair to disinfecting COVID-19. Wash your hands after removing the gloves.
Step 6: Lock it up
Keep lids tightly closed and store out of reach of children.
Note: these are all serious. Child poisonings are up substantially now.