We evaluated the virucidal efficacy of targeted surface hygiene products (an ethanol/quaternary ammonium compound (QAC)-containing disinfectant spray, a QAC disinfectant wipe, a lactic acid disinfectant wipe, and a citric acid disinfectant wipe) … in the presence of soil loads simulating patients' bodily secretions/excretions containing shed virus. The results demonstrate… complete infectious viral inactivation (≥3.0 to ≥4.7 log10 reduction in infectious virus titer after as little as 15 seconds contact time at room temperature) by these surface hygiene agents of the original SARS-CoV-2 isolate and its Beta and Delta VOC. Through appropriate practices of targeted surface hygiene, it is expected that irrespective of the SARS-CoV-2 VOC encountered as the current pandemic unfolds (and, for that matter, any emerging and/or re-emerging enveloped virus), the chain of infection from virus-contaminated fomites to the hand and mucous membranes of a susceptible person may be disrupted.