The wildfires in the area have caused some awful air quality in the Columbia Basin. If you've been looking for an inexpensive way to get cool and clean air, you'll want to check out this DIY video.

Our friends at the Walla Walla County Emergency Management have posted up a great DIY video showing how a few bucks can get you a fan-filter combo that'll clean the air in a small room.

According to the video, You'll be able to reduce tiny, harmful particles in bad air – like wildfire smoke, wood smoke, dust, vehicle exhaust, and pesticide spray.

Imagine buying a box fan, a filter, some duct tape, and a bungee cord and you'll be good to go. It takes no time to make this fan and you'll be enjoying cool and clean air within minutes.

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