Menzerna is my absolute go to product line. All of there products are amazing and fool-proof IME.
With that said, the Menzerna Glaze is the absolute worst product they sell. By a long shot. Not only that, but its the absolute worst glaze I have ever used as well.
The menzerna Glaze is a real professional body shop type product made for fresh paint that should not be waxed. Just something to cover the paint and offer a small sacrificial barrier until the paint has cured. For the enthusiast market this product is no good.
If your looking for a good glaze that cures on its own and can be topped with a sealant or wax without interfering with its bonding, I would suggest anyone of these 3 glazes. All are very similar and they all are packed with polymers that cure like a sealant and can be topped within 30 minutes.
I have used 2 of the 3 and IME, they all work, but I will list them in the order I prefer.
All 3 have chemical and extremely fine abrasives that will clean and prep the paint before applying your sealant/wax.
- Chemical Guys EZ-Creme Glaze w/Acrylic Shine II 16 oz.
This product I favor the most as its consistency is more creamy than the others. Because of this its easier to work and does not gum up the pads as much. Also it makes ZERO dust. Cures very well and adds a lot of gloss. Best yet it cleans the paint very well. Works great by hand and DA polisher with a finishing pad. can also be used with a polishing pad for more cleaning action.
- Prima Amigo Pre-Wax Cleanser & Gloss Enhancer, Prima prewax polish
Another great glaze that offers the same features of cleaning with chemicals and light abrasives. This one has a thicker consistency which makes working by hand a little cleaner, but when used with a polisher it will gum up the pad more than the Chemical guys glaze, and will also dust once the pad gets gummed up. Smells amazing, works well and can be topped.
- Poorboys Black Hole Show Glaze can be applied any time to hide minor imperfections and to enhance gloss on black, red, and all dark vehicles.
I have never used this product, but have seen good reviews and from what I understand this product offers the same features as above. From what I have read on the product it is very similar to the Prima glaze. So it makes me think that it has a thicker consistency than the CHemical Guys glaze which will make it act more like the Prima product.
All 3 products will do what I believe you are trying to achieve. And while they may be body shop safe, are more geared towards what an enthusiast is trying to achieve rather than a paint shop based product.
Hope that helps.