Diapers Included In Ohio Tax Free Weekend Deals

July 24, 2018
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Calling all parents! You can purchase both cloth AND disposable diapers during Ohio Tax Free Weekend which takes places August 3rd-5th. Diapers for adults also fall under this category.

Here is a full list of what types of clothing are eligible during Ohio Tax Free Weekend:

  • 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, children and adult, including disposable diapers
  • rubber pants
  • garters and garter belts
  • girdles
  • formal wear
  • wedding apparel

In addition, there are some items that are not eligile. They include:

  • Items purchased for use in a trade or business.
  • Clothing accessories or equipment.  Clothing accessories or equipment include: briefcases; cosmetics; hair notions, including, but not limited to, barrettes, hair bows, and hair nets; handbags; handkerchiefs; jewelry; sun glasses (non-prescription); umbrellas; wallets; watches; and wigs and hair pieces.
  • Protective equipment.  Protective equipment includes: breathing masks; clean room apparel and equipment; ear and hearing protectors; face shields; hard hats; helmets; paint or dust respirators; protective gloves; safety glasses and goggles; safety belts; tool belts; and welders gloves and masks.
  • Sewing equipment and supplies including, but not limited to, knitting needles, patterns, pins, scissors, sewing machines, sewing needles, tape measures, and thimbles; and sewing materials that become part of “clothing” including, but not limited to, buttons, fabric, lace, thread, yarn, and zippers.
  • Sports or recreational equipment.  Sport or recreational equipment includes ballet and tap shoes; cleated or spiked athletic shoes; gloves, including, but not limited to, baseball, bowling, boxing, hockey, and golf; goggles; hand and elbow guards; life preservers and vests; mouth guards; roller and ice skates; shin guards; shoulder pads; ski boots; waders; and wetsuits and fins.
  • Belt buckles sold separately.
  • Costume masks sold separately.
  • Patches and emblems sold separately.

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