Mice Control

Mouse feed human food such as Rise, Pasta, Cereal, Vegetable, Chocolate, Biscuits, etc and destroy boxes, paper, Clothes, and Building structure. For Mice control, It is necessary to properly Identity pest population in your premises. Check all the entry point and close it. All food should be kept in seal containers, sink and kitchen floors must be kept clean. Cracks holes must be sealed with steel wool, mesh or concrete.

Different traps are used for Mice, such as snap traps, Glue traps, and live traps. All traps require intimate knowledge of mouse habits and behavior to use them. Poison baits are also used for control of Mice. The only certified person can use those poison baits.

Mice Dropping and urine may contain viruses and bacteria, such as salmonella and Hantavirus. It must take action when you see the first sign of Mice in your home or building because mice population grow rapidly. Best to target when the population is small. Best and effective mouse control is controlling your local area exterminator.

How to Get Rid of Mice/Mice Control in Your Home:

Eight ways to get rid of Mice or Mice control from your homes:

  1. Eliminate entry points.
  2. Use mouse traps
  3. Bait station
  4. Choose the best bait for mouse traps.
  5. Proper placement of mouse traps is critical.
  6. Good sanitation won’t get rid of mice, but poor sanitation will attract them.
  7. Tackle the mice in the house and out.
  8. Cats vs Mice.

Can People Get Sick From Cleaning Mouse Dropping?

Hantavirus is carried by Rodents, particularly deer mice. It is believed that humans can get sick with this virus. If they breathe in contaminated dust from mice nests or dropping, you may come in contact with such dust when cleaning homes, sheds or other enclosed areas that have been empty for a long time.

What do You Need to do With Mouse Dropping:

  • Wear rubber, latex or vinyl gloves when cleaning urine and dropping.
  • Spray the urine and dropping with a disinfectant or mixture of bleach (1 part bleach and 9 parts water) and let them soak 5 minutes.
  • Use a paper towel to pick up the urine and droppings and dispose of the waste in the garbage.
  • Clean and disinfect the whole area.
  • Mop floors and clean countertops with disinfectant or bleach solution.
  • Wash any bedding and clothing with laundry detergent in hot water if exposed to rodent urine or dropping.
  • Last remove gloves and thoroughly wash hands with soap and water.