Diapers, yes diapers, are included in this weekend’s tax-free shopping


The Ohio tax-free weekend is in full swing, but one item on the list may surprise you.

Diapers, disposable and cloth, are among the tax-free items available. Adult diapers are included in the sale as well.

>>MORE: New moms, brides, college students: Buy what you need tax free in Ohio

>>MORE: Before Ohio’s sales tax holiday, retailers push back-to-school sales

According to the Ohio Department of Taxation website

“Clothing” includes, but is not limited to, shirts, blouses, sweaters, pants, shorts, skirts, dresses, uniforms (athletic and nonathletic), shoes and shoe laces, insoles for shoes, sneakers, sandals, boots, overshoes, slippers, steel-toed shoes, underwear, socks and stockings, hosiery, pantyhose, footlets, coats and jackets, rainwear, gloves and mittens for general use, hats and caps, ear muffs, belts and suspenders, neckties, scarves, aprons (household and shop), lab coats, athletic supporters, bathing suits and caps, beach capes and coats, costumes, baby receiving blankets, diapers (including disposable), rubber pants, garters and garter belts, girdles, formal wear, and wedding apparel.

Ohio’s tax-free deal ends Sunday at 11:59 p.m.

FOR A FULL LIST OF TAX-FREE ELIGIBLE ITEMS, CLICK HERE


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