Textile Factory

Mixing Factory

1200 INDUSTRIAL ROAD #3, SAN CARLOS, CA 94070Phone: (650) 591-1733Fax: (650) 591-4253

American Laundry Products acquires Clenacorp Effective January 1, 2017
IRONER CHEST LUBRICANTS & CLEANERS / Steam Ironer Lubricants & Cleaners /

Clena HIgh Temp Paste

Flatework Ironer Paste Cleaner With Anti-Static Agents


CLENA HIGH TEMP PASTE is a heavy duty flatwork ironer cleaner in paste form.

CLENA HIGH TEMP PASTE is designed to clean the alkali, starches and other accumulated residues from your flatwork ironers.

CLENA HIGH TEMP PASTE must be used on oil heated ironers with temperatures in the range of 350°-425°F or problem of non melting or jelling will occur.

CLENA HIGH TEMP PASTE is a pure white paste that spreads and applies easily.

CLENA HIGH TEMP PASTE is odorless and conatins WX-54 antistatic reducing compound.

CLENA HIGH TEMP PASTE is environmentally safe.


1. Spread 12 to 18 inches of CLENA HIGH TEMP PASTE across the width of a sheet.

2. Fold in half and run through your flatowrk ironer at a slow speed close to the right side. Open and rerun sheet at a single thickness.

3. Repeat with a second treated sheet and run through the left side. Open and rerun sheet at a single thickness.

4. Run enough damp sheets through your flatwork ironer to remove unwanted residues that have been cleaned and released by CLENA HIGH TEMP PASTE

5. In the event of excessively dirty chests, it might be necessary to repeat additional times.

6. After cleaning procedure, lubricate with HIGH TEMP LUBE or HIGH TEMPERATURE POWEDERED WAX.


WARNING TREATMENT CLOTHS, when not use, should be stored in a closed steel container to offset possibility of spontaneous combustion. This is the same precaution required for any paint, oil, grease, or wax saturated fabric in industry as well as home use.


40 pound pails

400 pound drums


Establish a maintenance program of cleaning and waxing regularly with CLENA PRODUCTS. A clean chest with proper scheduled lubrication will increase ironer efficiency by reducing ironovers and rolling.