We use a garden hose for many things; washing a car, watering the yard, cleaning our siding and much, much more. The ends of a hose often fail before the hose itself. You can save a little money by replacing the end rather than replacing the entire hose.
Any hardware store or home store should have the parts that you need. There are different types, but we prefer brass fitting with a hose clamp.
Carefully cut the hose with utility knife to remove the faulty fitting. Be sure that the inside of the hose is clean. Slip the new clamp over the outside and slide the fitting inside. Make sure that it is properly seated and tighten clamp.
Replacing the end fitting on a garden hose is that easy and You Can Do It!