After dissolving the detergent in water, a layer of water-like alkaline liquid separates, which becomes a semi-transparent, marble-like crystal after a few months of a drying process. It is then left in a space to absorb the moisture in the air. The crystal disintegrates with the passage of time and returns to a finer form of powdered detergent. The concept of “back to the beginning” is practiced incessantly by the detergent experiment. Here, not one actual object needs to be washed. The important thing is that, in this space, turbulence is gradually purified through the sense of smell and perception. No matter what format we take, however many turbulent journeys we experience, we will eventually have to go back to the starting point.