The Loogun is different

A device so hygienic your toddler can play with it. Beautifully designed to suit any bathroom, the Loogun is a hand-held motorised device that sprays a powerful jet into the toilet to clean stubborn marks off submerged surfaces with ease. It never touches the toilet so the device stays beautifully hygienic and enjoyable to use.

What's wrong with a brush?


Toilet brushes are filthy and drip on the floor. They are covered in faeces and contain over 2 million bacteria.


Toilet brushes contain toxic cleaning chemicals such as bleach. These pose a significant health risk to young children.


The Loogun uses clean water and never touches the toilet surface. It therefore stays clean and 100% safe for toddlers.

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A better, cleaner bathroom

Our patent pending design cleans submerged surfaces by delivering the perfect level of power to blast through water without causing splashing. After nearly 2 years of engineering we are excited to launch a product that will transform your bathroom.

Key features
  • Uses clean fresh water
  • Cleans above & below water
  • Easy-fill reservoir
  • Keeps your bathroom hygienic
  • No installation or plumbing
  • Safe for children
  • Includes floor stand
  • Uses 4 x AA batteries
  • Battery life > 9 months
  • Only sprays when pointing down

Pre-order today and receive one of the very first Looguns

Following our Kickstarter campaign last year, the Loogun is now on route to the UK. Our first container is scheduled to land on 12 June 2016 and we are shipping pre-orders worldwide. If you'd like to be one of the first in the World to receive a Loogun, pre-order one today and help us get rid of toilet brushes forever.

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Our TrueStart cohort has officially ended

05 May 2016

In October last year we joined the TrueStart retail accelerator to prepare for launch and to broaden our retail network. The cohort runs for 6 months and the time has flown by.

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Loogun Production Update

08 April 2016

It's been a little while since our last update and a lot has been going on with finalising our manufacturing.

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Fulfilling a Kickstarter project

26 January 2016

I received a comment on Kickstarter recently saying that it's unfair to fulfil backer rewards to UK backers from the UK, and to the rest of Europe from Hong Kong.

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