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The Otter Toilet Brush

STREAMLINED BRUSHLESS BLADE

LONG ERGONOMIC HANDLE

SLEEK SIMPLE SEXY

Say goodbye to that nasty old toilet brush in the corner.

Say Hello to the Otter.

A revolutionary cleaner designed to keep your loo spotless in the most hygienic, elegant way.

No drips. No odours. No eye-sore bristles to trap the nasties. And just a little longer, so all the trouble is kept at arm’s length.

Once you experience the Otter, you’ll wonder why it’s taken 88 years for someone to finally redesign the toilet brush.

STREAMLINED, BRUSHLESS HEAD
Keeps your loo fresh and clean with no drips and no mess.

LONG, ERGONOMIC HANDLE
Comfortably keeps trouble at arm’s length.

SLEEK, SIMPLE, SEXY
A stylish accessory to even the most beautiful bathrooms.

60cm high | 15cm diameter of the base

How it works

Our Story

That nasty brush in the corner haunts us at least once a day. Most of us have learned to un-see it, to block it from our vision. And yet, it is still needed occasionally, if just for the shortest of times.

At the Otter Brush Company we set about to improve this experience in the most simple, but elegant of ways.

What our clients say

Pauline P

I never really gave the toilet brush in my bathroom much attention, other than always holding my breath when using it. There really is no joy there and it causes mess everywhere.
Only when I received the Otter, did I notice how disturbing and gross the generic toilet brush is. The Otter looks beautiful in my bathroom, cleans effortlessly, and is tall enough so the gross bits are kept at an arm’s length. In my opinion, this tool is a must in your home! If you don’t believe me – try it for yourself!

Pauline P

Gareth

This is by far the best toilet brush ever owned. It’s extra long, has a solid rubber end to remove the unwanteds.Items like toilet paper don’t stick to it.Just rinse as the toilet is flushed and put it back in the drip tray.

Jessica

★★★

On the one hand, I do feel less squicky about cleaning the toilet with this one, as the old toilet brushes just felt so unsanitary and I hated using them. This one looks and feels cleaner. It also doesn’t drip water everywhere like the brushes do. For the most part, it does clean the toilet well – the bits that it can reach, anyway. I think the downside to this one is that it only has a limited cleaning surface. So it cleans what it can touch, but can’t clean everything. From a sanitary perspective, I prefer this one. I wonder if I should get one of those other silicone brushes as a back up for the hard to reach spots…

 

Sally B

🦦 works perfectly 👏😃👍🏻really good product – and can even go further down the pipe than a brush 👏

Seriously I think it is stylish, unobtrusive, works really effectively and easily!

Sally B

Monique

It is long enough, stylish, very effective and toilet paper does not cling to it. Well done for this one.

 

 

Viv

★★★

This got rave reviews… My domestic goddess came with the most puzzled look on her face – and actually I could not properly explain how it worked better that a good old fashioned brush.  Perhaps I need to google a you tube video to watch how this flat spatula type thingie could clean the bowl …..

TP

That’s GENIUS! Bristles on toilet brushes totally gross me out!

TP

Alicia

Well I never  I just watched the video. my whole life’s been a lie 🙂

Alicia

Tammy Lloyd

I love how elegant it looks in the bathroom fooling everyone and making them wonder. However the best part of it all is that there are no bristles so nothing yuck can get stuck. It’s super easy to clean due to its surface and so easy to use. Happy toilet days .

Tammy

Derek L

When you are toilet brush shopping its pretty much a grudge purchase. After searching a bit, I selected a higher end product with a catchy name and packaging. The Otter.  You don’t exactly hold your breath in anticipation of its arrival but when it did, I was actually quite excited to see if it matched its package look and design promise. Well, it certainly did and in fact exceeded in all aspects both aesthetically and functionally. Funky toilet chic. Who would have thought that such an appendage could almost be an artform.

Derek L