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If your garden hose springs a pinhole leak, don't just run out to replace it—or at least, not quite yet. Try plugging the leak with a wooden toothpick. Just insert it into the hole, and trim off the excess with wire cutters or nippers. As water runs through the hose, the toothpick will swell and help seal the hole.
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