Tag: rodent cleanup

Removing Dead Rodents or Nests

Wear rubber, latex, or vinyl gloves when cleaning up dead rodents or nests. Spray the dead rodent or nest and the surrounding area with a disinfectant or a mixture of bleach and water. Soak rodent, nesting materials or droppings in solution for 5 minutes before wiping up with a paper towel... more
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Cleaning Up After Rodents

Urine and Droppings Take precautions before and during cleanup of rodent-infested areas. Before cleaning, trap the rodents and seal up any entryways to ensure that no rodents can get in. Continue trapping for a week. If no rodents are captured, the active infestation has been eliminated and... more
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