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Old 02-02-2005, 11:15 PM   #1
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IO: Washing hands 5 times, does not fully get rid of the smell of mouse urine

Was cleaning out mouse cages today at work (work at pet store), changing their bedding, I used gloves, but occasionally took them off to put the mice back...and that smell doesn't go away easily, probably gonna wash my hands a few more times.

Most of the smell is gone, but yeesh, at least I didn't have to do the hamster cages, those bite and draw blood!

So how was your day at work.

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I misread and thought you were talking about moose.

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~goes to wash hands just because~
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I mice.

I hamsters.

I don't urine.
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I sacrifice quite a few mice at work every week so I could get out whatever cells I need, and they do stink when you've got a bunch of cages together.
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