I turned the faucet on yesterday to water my gardens, and when I came around the corner of my house, I heard a very loud spray of water coming from the middle of my daisies. Turns out one of my soaker hoses had sprung a leak. I have a string of three soakers in the back garden, and they’re covered up with a good solid layer of mulch. I have no idea how the leak sprung, but I’d like to be able to fix it in place without having to dig the whole hose out and have to replace with a new one. Is there some sort of epoxy that would be perfect for this sort of job? Duct tape seems like something that would fail after about 2 days of watering. I guess I could cut the offending section of hose out and add a couple of connectors - but that seems a giant pain as well.