I am not recommending this solution because my experience with it is far too old to remember the precise details, but I present it only to support the possibility of a simple "snake oil" like solution to cylinder glazing.
In the early 1970's we had some new Cat motor graders with a totally new engine design (if I remember correctly they were the first series of 3406's). They had chrome faced rings, and in some new engines the rings simply would not seat, with resulting huge blowby and oil consumption. In due course Cat came up with a "kit" to correct this problem. The "kit" came in an official Cat box, with an official Caterpillar part number. Inside the box was a can of Bon Ami cleaner, and an instruction sheet telling you to remove air cleaner, shake the Bon Ami into the intake of the running engine, change oil and carry on. It worked.