These are the questions we get asked most often


  • Yes. A toilet surface has a non-stick coating, so while a standard flush, which is generic in flow, may not clean debris off a surface, a directed spray performs very well. When a spray of water is both targetted and of sufficient velocity, it blasts straight through water and will clean the submerged surface. We've done a lot of engineering and testing to create the perfect level of power to achieve this.

    Our user research tells us that people don't want to see real-life footage of the Loogun in action due to it being unpleasant to watch. For this reason we have created videos of the Loogun spraying into a glass bowl instead. This shows how the spray cuts through water and bounces off the bottom surface.

  • No. The device is a hand-held, stand-alone unit, requiring no installation and no plumbing. This was one of our key criteria during design as we feel there are too many modern bathrooms that just wouldn't suit a plumbed-in product. You simply detach the water reservoir, refill it under any tap, and you're ready to go.

  • In terms of daily use, yes, the Loogun is a more pleasant solution for cleaning your toilet. Of course, when you do your weekly clean you will probably want to give the toilet a scrub with some bleach or another cleaning product, and you can use a cheap brush, or cloth, or steamer, for this. Depending on the type of water in your area, your weekly clean will also help prevent staining on your toilet.

    By using the Loogun, when it's time for the weekly clean your toilet will be free of organic matter, so you won't end up with a disgusting brush covered in filth, and you can safely store your cleaning materials in the cleaning cupboard.