Rodents can enter the air duct system, crawl through it and nest in the accordion-style air filter or even in the hoses and ducts that lead directly to the passenger compartment. Once you've gotten rid of squatters, make sure you clean your car thoroughly. But experts advise not to look for the vacuum cleaner right away. Mouse droppings and urine can transmit diseases that humans can ingest through breathing.
Instead, move the vehicle to an open space and roll down the windows to ventilate it. Use a mixture of water and bleach to clean affected areas with rubber gloves. Discard all cleaning materials and gloves, and wash your hands thoroughly immediately. You should remove the nest often found in the engine compartment or ventilation system, or ask the repair shop to remove it for you.
Then, we'll use environmentally friendly, non-toxic pest control solutions to eliminate them and show you how to prevent rodents from returning.