Twitter's #Housecleaningshortcuts is giving everyone questionable cleaning advice

It's that time of year when homeowners are frantically cleaning and organizing for the holidays.

If you're a host this winter, we totally get your pain. Whether it's for family or friends, cleaning is absolutely no fun. No one wants to spend their days vacuuming, cooking and scrubbing for people who won't even notice their work.

Because this season is stressful for everyone, Twitter users are offering some advice. #Housecleaningshortcuts is giving people all around tips and tricks to get their house in order.

Some use the trending hashtag to offer insightful hacks -- and others, not so much.

Scroll through to see the best #Housecleaningshortcuts:

#Housingcleaningshortcuts trends on social media
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Watch Hoarders then your mess won't seem as bad #HousecleaningShortcuts
When purchasing new carpet, bring a sample of your cat's vomit to select the closest color match. #HousecleaningShortcuts
#HousecleaningShortcuts Put the kids to work. It doesn't matter if they aren't your kids
#HousecleaningShortcuts Move into another house.
Invite over your most OCD friends/relatives, and suggest they prove they "can do better" when it comes to cleaning. #HousecleaningShortcuts
Remove furniture and carpet. Sleep in tent outside. #HousecleaningShortcuts
"That's our laundry ruin." "You mean laundry room." "...sure." #housecleaningshortcuts
#HousecleaningShortcuts 1. Move
That's why we close the doors to our closets. Ovens have other uses too. #HousecleaningShortcuts
#HousecleaningShortcuts easy, do not do it.

And remember, the holidays should be celebrated with people you love, and not spent cleaning!

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