No but have on raspberry flowers which are also self fertile, and the flowers are a lot tougher, and smaller than any fruit tree. And as stated saw incomplete pollination, so it worked for sure. It won't work with everything, well it will, but timing is important. Many tomato flower pollen is viable before the flower opens, and can pollinate flower before it even opens.
If you try on peaches, cut flower at the base of the pedals. It's a little tricky getting the right pressure to cut through the pedals and filaments. The pollen is usually really wet and won't spread at this stage on most plant types, except tomatoes.