Haven’t used it yet but
the tubeless sealant actually works so I’m sure this will help prolong its useful life. I got a small puncture on the sidewall (tough spot for any sealant) which didn’t completely seal right away but after inflating and spinning the tire to make sure the fibers had a chance to cover the hole it has sealed - I’ve had similar punctures that wouldn’t seal with inferior sealants.
I’ve been running tubeless on mountain, fat and gravel bikes for years. Stan’s was always the first choice and I really hadn’t had any problems as long as I kept my sealant levels up and valve cores maintained. I’ve been running some extra light racing semi slicks on my gravel bike and have been struggling to keep pressures steady throughout an ultra/100 plus mile ride until I tried your sealant system. IT WORKS.