how should I give my mouse a bath?
Step1 Avoid putting a mouse into water to give it a bath. Mice are meticulous in their own cleaning and are constantly grooming themselves and each other, so baths are not necessary. If you put a mouse into a bath you are running a high risk of drowning him. Additionally a bath is a very stressful experience for a mouse that should be avoided at all costs. Step2 Keep the cage clean and the mice will stay clean. If you notice that your mouse has an odor it is probably because you are not cleaning and sanitizing the cage frequently enough. It is important to clean your mouse's cage every few days to help her stay clean. Step3 Use a wash cloth or paper towel wet with warm water to carefully wipe your mouse if he gets something on his fur. If you notice an odor on your mouse and feel he might need a bath, a wipe with a warm cloth will usually do the trick.
I read what the first person sead on the net, but the cage is ALWAYS clean I dont let it stink, I have 2 mice and they cuddle... they pee on eachother and yeah even tho they do clean themself it stinks,.
use chinchilla sand(not dust) they will roll in it and clean themselves. DONT use the dust, it will cause repratory issues, but the sand is fine.
mice have strong body odour, females less then males.