To clean mouse droppings, first spray the droppings or urine with a disinfectant, and then pick up any droppings or wipe up any urine with paper towels. Dispose of the waste in the garbage, and clean and disinfect the whole area.
Before cleaning the space, ventilate it for 30 minutes by opening doors and windows. When cleaning, do not sweep or vacuum the area, as this could stir up contaminated dust into the air. Wear rubber, latex or vinyl gloves as you work.
First, spray the urine and droppings with a disinfectant or with a mixture of bleach and water. If using bleach, the solution should contain 10 parts water for every one part bleach. Let the droppings soak in the disinfectant solution for five minutes. Commercial disinfectants may have specific instructions on dilution and disinfection times.
Pick up the droppings and urine with paper towels, and dispose of the towels in the garbage. After removing the mouse droppings, take the time to disinfect any potentially contaminated items, and clean and disinfect the whole area. Mop floors and disinfect countertops by scrubbing them with disinfectant or the bleach solution. Finally, remove the gloves, and wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water.