I think you are over thinking the differences between glass and graphite. Like Keith said, they are the same, a woven fabric impregnated with plastic. One uses glass fibers, one uses carbon fibers.
There are no differences between stripping a graphite and a glass rod. If you are just re-wrapping the rod, follow the instructions above. If you want to strip and refinish the blank, you use citri-strip. If the blank is painted, the citri-strip will take the paint off along with any clear coat over the paint, so you will need to match it and repaint.
Removing the grip is simple. The reel seats can be tough. Applying heat is often not enough, or will require so much heat that the blank underneath is damaged. Also putting an anodized reel seat directly in boiling water will cause its color to fade, so you will need to heat it in a plastic bag without melting the bag to the reel seat.
In many cases, old reel seats need to be cut off. It's not hard to do, but if you are truly restoring a rod you will need to find an identical one which may be difficult if not impossible. On all of the rods I've restored I've left the original reel seat in place for this reason.
I'd suggest you start a thread about each specific rod you want to restore. I'm sure you'll get excellent advice about how to proceed, but right now we can only give general advice because we're not sure exactly what you're trying to do.