With the caveat that option 1 will not work unless the remote sudoers file allows NOPASSWD on random uploaded scripts (definitely not recommended). Mildly less offensive is that your cleanup script contains the allowed sudo lines (again w/o a password). Of course, option two requires hard-coding passwords (equally icky).
IMHO, the best option is to set up an ssh key for the user you need to log in as which can only execute a specific script. man sshd for details (link)
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