Sorry if my post sounded harsh, I apologize for the tone, now that you respond I feel guilty!
But what I wrote is true:
I had purchased a BRAND NEW set of Reynolds MTN C wheels and a NEW set of Conti Rubber Queen UST tires to mount onto them this summer (2009).
I also bought a big bottle of Caffelatex sealant and a setup kit (both from your website/Cantitoe road) including rim tape, injector, etc.. - I am happy to give you my name etc if you would like to trace it back, please PM me.
I brought the whole kit-and-kaboodle to my trusted bike shop to assemble, and after repeated attempts over the course of a week (at least 5 tries on the day I was there) the the tires/wheels just would not seal at all, each time they would pump up a bit and then fizzle with a liquidy pppphhht and the sealant would spill out. It also got under the rim tape, ruining the adhesive seal - despite the carbon rims having been cleaned obsessively be me with songes, soap, water and even acetone to clean the carbon rims of any dust/dirt before mounting the rim tape (as per Reynolds recs)
Only once we were able to get the wheels/tires to hold a seal and maintain pressure - for about 8 hours or so- but by the next morning they were deflated again.
I never got to ride them with your sealant.
Eventually we gave up on caffelatex and went with Stan's tape and sealant, it worked on the first try, I rode the wheels throughout the fall and they ARE STILL inflated, at full pressure!!
My LBS seemed to suggest that they liked your product for sealing punctures on the trail but felt it was inadequate (thin and liquidy) for the initial seal/UST setup. Another problem here is that you specifically warn against mixing sealants! So if the Stan;s works initially to seal the UST - then according to your own advice I will have to use IT and NOT Caffelatex as a sealant/puncture repair from then on!
I am happy to provide you with more and personal info if it helps, I am a believer that your products are on the right track and they can be improved and even perfected. I really did like the ammonia-free aspect to your sealant, thats why I bought it, and I use your torque-wrench and carbon-spray all the time, and they both work very well! I would be glad to help with some input.
I have a large bottle of Caffelatex sealant still sitting in my closet