You may want to consider different chafe protectors for different lines. (i.e. dock
lines, nylon anchor rodes, snubber lines, etc.) The fire hose recommendation is good. Just gotta find the fire hose. For dock lines or lines that have to pass through small diameter chocks then West Marine
(and perhaps other ship supply stores) sell a handy line protector made by Taylor Made. It is a tough polyester material easily adjustable with velcro that is 18 inches long. They are sold 2 to a package. Kinda spendy at about $15. But having those set up to use for dock lines should last at least a couple of years. If you are doing a lot of anchoring
in choppy seas and you lead your snubber through chocks then you need several chaffe protectors of this type as constant rubbing will wear through the best chafe protectors. As a rule
, never lead an anchor snubber through the cheek plates the bow roller as none of the commonly used chafe protectors will protect the rode
or snubber as it abrades the cheeks. Of course the best protection is to anchor where there is no chop.