Brick Stain : Dyebrick

I recently used this product successfully for staining my brick walls a more deep red color.
I am now looking for a similar product for some polished stone does anyone know what I should use? as Dyebrick is not suitable for a polished or glazed surface.
Thank you, Chris -------------------------------------
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On 06 Nov 2008 01:03:12 GMT, chriseverson_at_hotmail_dot_co_dot snipped-for-privacy@foo.com (chriseverson) wrote:

I don't think you can dye a glazed surface, if it fact it is glazed. If it is just polished you may be OK.

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porosity is the factor. jloomis
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On Nov 5, 7:03 pm, chriseverson_at_hotmail_dot_co snipped-for-privacy@foo.com (chriseverson) wrote:

Try Acid concrete stain, it might work, it might not, but it may be the only option.
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