Some states tax diapers in an effort to prevent waste or encourage the use of reusable diapers. Wisconsin, for example, charges a tax for the use of disposable diapers, but does not tax diaper cleaning services. Diaper cleaning services are services that clean reusable diapers and return with fresh diapers. You may also pay indirect taxes on diapers. For example, if you're charged for each bag of garbage you use -- as some municipalities do -- you could end up paying more money if you're regularly throwing away diapers.
Please DO NOT send back dirty, smelly, destroyed diapers. If you wouldn't use them on your own child, we certainly can't expect other families to want to use them on their precious babies! Diapers returned to us in poor condition will not be eligible to receive the refund credit.
Just something to consider...you may want to ask about exchanging them or call ahead and check on return policies. Walmart allows only 3 returns without receipts per year - not sure if it is per person or per household. They actually ask for a form of ID to help track. So if you have 3 packs of diapers to return that will use up your allotment. Don't know if that is a concern for you. Also don't know if other stores have similar policies.