How often do you plan to cover/uncover them?
You can use plastidip if you dont mind "remaking" the covers periodically
(depends on how often you plan on peeling it off/slipping it on)
I've always kept my wood chisels in a sort of carrying case (each
having its own little "slot". Depending on quantity and sizes,
you can repurpose something like this:
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(imagine the chisel points *in*, not *out*)
or even fabricate a custom one out of some heavy canvas or vinyl
(vinyl is a win if you keep your tools oiled while stored)
I've a number of Marples crank-neck chisels and gouges
from the first half of the 20th century that have protectors
made from masking tape. They're still perfectly viable.
Note that the adhesive side of the tape is not exposed to
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