Sorry folks, but most natural or 'eco cleaners' are unlikely to kill coronavirus. If you do decide to use natural cleaning products, it's important that you do not mix these with bleach or other chemical products. For example, don't clean a surface with vinegar then follow up with a bleach-based disinfectant, as it can create a toxic gas.
Studies have shown that the virus can survive for up to 72 hours on plastic and stainless steel, and less than 24 hours on cardboard. If you think a surface may be contaminated, ensure you clean and disinfect it while wearing gloves.
when people remove and discard of used masks, the viruses could be transferred from those masks and onto their fingers or other commonly-touched surfaces. With these problems in mind, Researchers have designed a virus-killing coating that can be applied to conventional mask filtration material, we've discussed this before - salt.