ymisyd wrote:To the OP - it's not the sealant that's the problem, it's the tyre (namely the Schwalbe Pro One). They just won't hold the sealant when they puncture and, even if they do, it's a ticking time bomb as to when that "sealed" puncture will blow again - sometimes whilst the bike is just sat in the house/garage.
exactly my experience. Installed tubeless Pro Ones for the first time and went for a ride. At the end of the ride, the tire pressure seemed to be slightly lower, than what i started with. Closer inspection at home showed a tiny hole and white marks indicated, that the Doc blue did its job.
Half an hour later, the bike was hanging on the wall, i hear the the typical pffffff of a puncture and see sealant coming out of the tire. Could never get the sealant to close the hole again and bought a new Pro one.
Which i'm running with a tube now, because it wouldn't inflate and seat onto the rim. Tried compressor, Booster, soap water, no soap water, new rim tape, everything, but nothing works. Air blows by all around the rim. The first pair, i installed without problems, using a track pump.
Schwalbe is known for quality problems and i think the Pro One is just another example showing poor manufacturing tolerances. That their "own" sealant doesn't work with the tire adds to that.