Mice Droppings




Mouse droppings are considered hazardous because they may cause illnesses such as Hantavirus which can be serious and even lead to death if the victim is not quickly attended to by medical services. The Hantavirus which is caused by mouse droppings is identified by the following symptoms; fever, vomiting, nausea and headaches. This disease mainly affects humans but other animals such as pets may also be infected. It is also important to note that not all mouse droppings cause diseases and only the mouse that is infected may pass on the virus to humans.

The most common mouse species that has the Hantavirus is the Deer mouse. This means not all mice species pass on the disease. It is important to always take precautions as simply looking at the mouse droppings you cannot know the mouse species they came from. In any case, mouse droppings should be handled with a lot of caution to avoid getting infected.
How to Clean Rooms with Mouse Droppings
If sweeping a room that has lots of mouse droppings, the cleaner should take a lot of precautions to avoid being infected by what the mouse droppings may contain. The person cleaning the room should open all the windows to allow air to easily circulate in the room. The windows should be kept open as mouse droppings can easily release viruses which may cause diseases in human beings if the person works in a congested room. The person who is cleaning the mouse droppings should put on protective clothing such as masks and gloves to protect his body as the exposed body parts may be the entry points for the viruses.

When cleaning the mouse droppings from a room, the person who is cleaning the room should avoid sweeping the room or vacuuming as the dry mouse droppings may release viruses that may be transmitted in the air and inhaled by the cleaner who may then be infected by various diseases. First, the mouse droppings should be collected using a flat object to scoop them up before the rooms are swept. After cleaning up the mouse droppings the room should be sprayed or sprinkled with a disinfectant to kill any virus that may have remained on the floor before sweeping and finally mopping the room. Disinfecting the room is a good way to get rid of the viruses and sanitize the room.
The best way to get rid of mouse droppings is to eliminate the mouse problem. This may be done by killing them. The mice maybe killed using various techniques which include the use of mousetraps and mouse poisons, each with good and bad points.

A mouse can be annoying where mice can be a bigger problem! Getting rid of mice can be done in many ways such as the use of traps that kill or catch and poisons. Controlling mice in and around your home must be taken seriously as they can introduce illnesses to your family as well as transfer fleas to pets.

  • Mice will normally sleep for over 12 hours a day.
  • Mice eat, or at least chew anything that is softer than their teeth.
  • Mice are very neat as they will sleep, eat and defecate in different places.
  • Mice do not like rats as rats are known to prey on mice however in the wild they do live together.
  • Mice can jump straight up to about 18 inches and are also very good climbers and swimmers.
  • A male mouse is called a buck.
  • A female mouse is called a doe.
  • The offspring of mice are called pups or kitten.
  • A group of mice are called a family, horde or a nest.
  • A wild mouse will live no longer than 1 year.
  • A pet mouse may live for between 2 and 3 years.
  • A mouse’s tail is almost as long as its body.
  • Mice do not see in colour.
  • Mice are nocturnal creatures.
  • Mice can and will chew through anything softer than their teeth.
  • Mice cause more than 1 billion dollars’ worth of damage in the US alone each year.

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