A note on your order. Please correct me if im wrong...
Typically its either sealant or glaze.. not both. One is durable the other is wet shine that will last about a week.
The reason for this is because glazes have oils that prevent the bonding of sealants, as sealants need to absorb over the paint surface. The exception according to some, is Ultimate Paint Protection by four-star which can be put over some of the lighter glazes.. #80 and a few others..
I believe that you can put glazes over sealants however, and seal them in with a nuba topper.. Im still looking to find out of the glazes would disrupt the sealant. I know if they have cleaners they most likely do.. but Mothers S&G or #7 are pure.. so yea..
You should also consider a pre-wax cleaner for the periods between heavy details. like Klasse AIO.. Sealant wise.. if you plan to to just layer reliable and tested Klasse SG.. go for it.. but UPP is just 2 dollars more.. and many love it.. Its not as picky when it comes to bonding.