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5 Popular Disinfectants Proven to Kill COVID-19

Eat This, Not That! Logo By Amanda McDonald of Eat This, Not That! | Slide 1 of 6: There are many household cleaners on grocery store shelves to choose from. But with all kinds of scents, ingredients, and purposes, it can be hard to find the right one. Not to mention the fact that some shelves have been empty. As the coronavirus pandemic continues to affect us at home and around the world, it's more important than ever to make sure your cleaning products work to kill COVID-19."Let's face it, finding products that properly disinfect surfaces is a challenge these days due to shortages," Dr. Jen Caudle, a physician and Associate Professor in Family Medicine at the Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine and a popular TV personality with appearances on The TODAY Show, CNN, PBS, and more, says on her website. "Keep in mind that there are safe and NON-SAFE ways to use disinfectants. It's important to have proper ventilation, avoid mixing substances, and make sure your products have not expired."Conveniently, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has a master list of all the common disinfectants that kill COVID-19. The list is nearly 500 products long, and you can find them all here.We've rounded up five well-known brands that get the job done on surfaces around the home.

5 Popular Disinfectants Proven to Kill COVID-19

There are many household cleaners on grocery store shelves to choose from. But with all kinds of scents, ingredients, and purposes, it can be hard to find the right one. Not to mention the fact that some shelves have been empty. As the coronavirus pandemic continues to affect us at home and around the world, it's more important than ever to make sure your cleaning products work to kill COVID-19.

"Let's face it, finding products that properly disinfect surfaces is a challenge these days due to shortages," Dr. Jen Caudle, a physician and Associate Professor in Family Medicine at the Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine and a popular TV personality with appearances on The TODAY Show, CNN, PBS, and more, says on her website. "Keep in mind that there are safe and NON-SAFE ways to use disinfectants. It's important to have proper ventilation, avoid mixing substances, and make sure your products have not expired."

Conveniently, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has a master list of all the common disinfectants that kill COVID-19. The list is nearly 500 products long, and you can find them all here.

We've rounded up five well-known brands that get the job done on surfaces around the home.

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