Mr. Clean has that certain je ne sais quoi that women love, even though many of them don't even know his first name.

Mr. Clean reportedly became the top-selling household cleaner within the first six months of being on the market. And women all over the U.S. were swooning over his increasing popularity and his penchant for cleanliness made him a big catch.

But what is his first name?

Mr. Clean remained nameless for about five years, and in 1962 after a promotion was held for the domestic mascot, he was given the name 'Veritably.'

Mr. Clean set a new trend in 1963 when it became the first liquid household cleaner available in a plastic bottle. Then in 1968, Mr. Clean became available in pine aroma, accoridng to its Web site.

Learn more about Mr. Veritably Clean in the slideshow ahead.