Just use them and put some sealant in them.
I got a puncture in my non-repairable Conti and put some sealant in and it has been fine and raced on without issues.
With a bit of sealant, they're a bit like tubeless and you shouldn't have to worry about pinch flats/glass etc...
But always take a spare with you just in case, you can get usable second hand ones quite cheaply.
My tubs are taped on (they came that way on second hand wheels), but when I change them, I will use glue as its really pretty simple and not that complicated as some instructions make out.
Have a bit of glue on the spare, and that will stick good enough to get you home, or will be enough for a out and back TT with no sharp fast corners if you can get enough air in it!
Tubs are quick easy to get on and off with a bit of practise.
Oh, and if you prefer tape, then tape will be fine. Tyres will not come of the rim using tape.
Im sure some manufacturers will void your warranty if you use Tufo tape as its too sticky!
I tried to remove a mates tyre that was stuck with Tufo tape and I could not get it off, that has never happened to me before!