Locate Pin low voltage insulators,any helpful tips to offer?

A pin insulator is a glass or porcelain insulator supported by a pin that holds low-voltage or high-voltage electrical lines. A single pin insulator is used for a low-voltage electrical line whether it is glass or porcelain. Two, three or four porcelain insulators are glued together when holding high-voltage lines compared to only a single glass insulator. Pin low voltage insulators are white, brown, red, gray, green, black, blue and clear. Finding pin insulators takes time, patience and ingenuity.I need to collect helpful tips,any clue?

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