I’m pretty sure I recently worked on a wheel with this sealant in the tire. Does this smell like cheap cologne, kinda like wd40 chain lube?
If so, I would agree with most of the comments above. It did cause the tire to seal to the tubeless tape, peeling it off the rim in this case, which meant I had to retape. It was VERY thick, and was oozing out of various points of the tire bead before I started working. It was also extremely easy to rinse off the rim with just water which was pleasant.
Regarding the roval rim strips, yes, they always lift up. Quite often, if you have to remove it for some reason, you may find the entire underside of it is coated with whatever sealant you used, and if it had ammonia, your nipples may all be little bits of corroded cauliflower. I like to at least cover the spoke holes with a narrow piece of actual tubeless tape on roval rims that use their strips.