Wow, looks like you've got some work ahead of you, and by the looks of it, seems like that interior is a little overdue for a good cleaning, haha. Some good stuff to use on pretty much everything, even after steam cleaning, is Simple Green, you can get it cheap at wal mart, it sprays on like a foam, and then can be wiped and vacuumed up, and cleans EVERYTHING, stains, smells, stuck on stuff, everything, great stuff, and it leaves a nice scent after. Used it in the interior teardown in my dads ZJ, and he's a heavy smoker, and before, it reeked like smoke, and after, it smelt clean and fresh, you'd have never known it was a smokers car. a day or two later, and he made sure to change that... But anyways, give it a try, it works wonders.
I'm also due for a stereo system update. I used to build and install custom stereos for friends and customers, and I ALWAYS used to have a top notch system, but when I got the grand, I got so carried away with exterior mods, I forgot about the sound. But now I'm happy with the outside, my focus is back to the sound system, and it's time foran upgrade. It's been so long since I've done installing and working with systems, I've lost touch with what's the newest, most powerful, and best sounding equipment. I used to run a lot of kicker products, a lot of infinity, and a lot of kenwood stuff, and with my brand experience, they were usually the top three, and for the more budget minded shopper, pioneer was the way to go. I think next, after a good bit of research, and talking to the guys over at Crutchfield to help update me, I think I'm going to go with a full infinity kappa setup, although keeping my Kenwood headunit, but all Infinity kappas in the doors, and 2 12" Infinity Kappa subs and amp. I'm not looking forward to the price, but I am looking forward to the sound.
And let me know what you think of that power acoustic sub, I always like to learn about new products I've never heard, or heard of.
Good luck with all the cleaning!
'99 WJ Laredo 4.0L, 174K, NP242 (Current)