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Mice Urine Odor in Ventilation

How do I get rid of mice urine odor in the ventilation?

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March 4, 20090 found this helpful
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Try placing some charcoal briquettes in the vent. Use the kind for the bbq(kingsford). The charcoal will absorb the odor.

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March 8, 20090 found this helpful
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I'd try very hard to get to the core of the problem first, otherwise you'll be spraying forever. It could be that just one got in there as a baby and grew up? How'd it get into the ventilation system anyway? It could also be that there is a hole in the ducting or from the outside? Time to hunt for holes the size of a small quarter from the outside or a crack that wide. I have a lot of those to repair, but no mice, thank god. : ) Good luck and god bless and help you. : )

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March 4, 20090 found this helpful

I would buy some stuff called Odoban it can be bought at Walmart or online they have a website. Then I would spray it where I could and I don't know what kind of ventilation you have you might need to get creative to get it all in there.

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March 5, 20090 found this helpful

I would consider getting a company to go through and clean out all the habitat in there, dust mountains for example, with their cameras. Then they will put deodorizer in it.

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July 1, 20090 found this helpful

I'm not sure how to get rid of the odor, but I did see this on TV the other day. Mice cannot control their bladders. The are dribbling constantly as they go about their business. Which shocked me because I had a mouse problem a few months ago when My husband took off the wall panel behind the washer and didn't put it back when he finished working back there.

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I found droppings in my kitchen drawers and cabinets. We got rid of the mice, I cleaned everything, then saw that on TV. I had to go back and clean again. Best thing to do would be to make sure everything is good and tight where the little buggers can't get in.

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