Cleanup Process After An InfestationIf an animal invades your home, it is likely that you will find animal droppings on your floors, in the kitchen, in the bathroom, attic, or garage. This is a very common sight and must be cleaned immediately to ensure your safety, that of your family, and the safety and well-being of your pets. Your attic is a common place where nuisance animals like squirrels and birds seek refuge in your home. The attic is a warm, enclosed space that’s away from humans. You should call a wildlife control service if you hear small animals rustling or pitter-pattering around. They will remove them humanely. After the animals are safely removed from your house, you will need to clean up any messes they left behind. What are the risks, and how can you remove the droppings safely?

Animal Dropping Hazards

Touching animal droppings can pose several risks. Droppings may contain viruses, parasites and other serious diseases. It is important that you contact a wildlife service if you notice animal droppings in your home. They can safely and effectively remove them.

Cleaning Up Animal Droppings

Before you start cleaning up animal droppings, you should consider several safety procedures and precautions. You should first make sure all the animals are removed from the attic. Wear protective gear, such as latex or rubber gloves, clothing to protect your skin, and a face mask to prevent exposure to droppings. Place the droppings carefully in a plastic bag, and then dispose of them outside. After all droppings are removed, return to the area and disinfect it again. You can do this by mopping the floor, steam-cleaning the carpet, or even washing the items in the area. Even though you can do it yourself, we recommend that you call a wildlife control company. They not only remove animals humanely from your home and yard, but also offer deodorization and sanitation services.

Minnesota Wild Animal Management offers deodorization and cleaning services that will ensure your home is free from odors, and animal droppings. Our special formula eliminates the odors of animal droppings. Our formula then disinfects and kills harmful bacteria and microorganisms.

Wild Animal Dropping Clean-Up

Wild animals are the last thing that busy people today expect to have to deal with. Minnesota Wild Animal Management offers a quick, flexible, affordable and easy-to-work with service. You need service for your busy lifestyle. You get more than just service with our 2-year warranty. If you need immediate service, please call (763) 785-1414.

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To Our Valued Clients,

Our employees and our customers are our top priority, and we are doing everything we can to ensure the health and safety of each.

As deemed by the Minnesota State Government and the MN Dept of Health, we are a essential business, and will remain open and in full operation.

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