Thoroughly clean the area to remove the mouse urine, and then use an odor eliminator product throughout the room. Some products are also available in odor absorbing granules that can be left in areas with persistent odors.
Mice have a knack for getting into spaces like the home, car and even recreational vehicles that have been in storage. After shooing the mice away, owners often find that these critters have left behind feces and urine that emits an unpleasant odor. It is possible to get rid of the smell with a little work.
- Disinfect up the area
- Mop up the area
- Use an odor eliminator
Spray the entire area with a mixture of bleach and water in a 1:10 ratio. Leave in place for 5 to 10 minutes. Wipe up with a clean rag or towel while wearing gloves. Bleach will stain carpeting, so consider steam cleaning fabric or carpeting to disinfect it.
Use a mop and more of the bleach solution to completely clean and disinfect the area. If it is carpeting, use the steam cleaner or shampoo the carpets. Remember to keep gloves on.
Sprinkle an odor remover onto the area and allow it to sit for a few hours. Sweep or vacuum it back up, and repeat as necessary. Other products have odor eliminating granules in a jar that can be left in place for several weeks. If the problem is in a car or RV, consider getting it treated with an ozone machine.