Aside from sandpaper and the like i would suggest 3 additions. The Medical alcohol hand cleaner is thick and a universal solvent . It will dissolve the the masking adhesive as well as the gunk that builds up on the wood. Also the gunk that builds up on the fans, the glass and just about everything and for me replaces the soap and Isopropyl alcohol that rumor has it will damage acrylics. I haven’t tested that but don’t need to. it is similar to the orange stuff but watch for pumice as you may need that to get engine grease off your hands but it is not good for lenses and other tricky bits.
The next thing is furniture oils. If you are making really nice pieces , especially of nice wood you will want to sand it down through many steps to 1200 or even 2000 grit. Hard woods like Maple Walnut, Cherry, Padauk etc will make a difference and the touch is amazing. Lacquer will cover up that work, and multiple cleaning wil dry it out but furniture oil will restore that. I have made some pendants and the polished backs particularly are like a sensual worry stone, as well as bringing out the beauty of the wood .
The third thing is LPS3 not so much for use on the Glowforge, but for every other tool where moving parts tighten up. Tools that I had to spend an hour every day loosening up I have not had to touch for 35 years and they work just fine.