Turn the mouse over down and examine its feet. The optical mouse sensor may become faulty if it is unable to read a flat surface, and this is because dirt and grime tend to accumulate here first. To remove any grime or excess fluff from your foot, just dampen a cotton swab with some rubbing alcohol and gently scrub the area.
If your mouse is exceptionally dirty, you may use a toothpick to gently remove material from the areas surrounding the rubber feet without damaging the feet themselves.
It's time to give your mouse's sensor a good wipedown. When the mouse is attached, a red light will illuminate this middle region. Cleaning the sensor component ensures precise clicks by relaying correct information about the mouse's motion to the computer.
You may clean the sensor lens by dipping a clean cotton swab into rubbing alcohol and wiping it lightly without pushing or pressing too hard.To complete the cleaning process, use a lint-free cloth to wipe the underside of the mouse.