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.
— Read on www.epa.gov/pesticide-registration/list-n-disinfectants-use-against-sars-cov-2
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.