A housekeeping comic book was released in 1984 by Cintas.
The character is a young woman who helps a cleaning lady in a suburban house keep her house neat.
Cintes’ housekeeping cartoons are a combination of animation and hand-drawn illustrations.
The housekeeping series was first licensed to Cartoon Network in 1992 and was then made available to television networks in 1996 and 1999.
In the past decade, Cintos housekeeping franchises have expanded from their cartoons to include video games, toys, and apparel.
Although CintaHouse has been around for over 50 years, its popularity is rising in the digital era, according to a 2016 report by the National Association of Consumer Advocates (NAACP).
The Cintamas Housekeeping franchise has sold more than 2 million copies in the U.S. alone, according a 2016 survey by Nielsen Media Research.
With so many Cintams around the world, it’s no wonder the company is selling more than 10 million copies a month on their online store.
But that doesn’t mean Cintaks housekeeping merchandise is cheap.
According to the NAACP, the cost of a Cintama can range from $35 to $180.
And while the cartoon series has become a cultural touchstone for the childrens demographic, many young adults have also grown up with the cartoons, the report notes.
Cintamas housekeeping is not the only brand to capitalize on the trend of “cintamaizing” kids.
Cogswatch, an online shoe and apparel retailer, recently launched a line of cintamas to provide kids with a fun, casual way to show off their style.
As a result, Cog Swatch has been growing its sales steadily over the past two years.