My daughter used a grout sealer on her brand new tub walls. She had a beautiful grey marble-looking (high glaze look) tile from tub to ceiling. The sealer ran down the tiles and now looks like water drips on every single tile. It feels smooth to the touch, so apparently the sealer has destroyed the glaze. Is there any way to repair this or at the very least cover it up so that it doesn’t look like the walls need to be cleaned? Right now it looks like that area on a wall that was sprayed with 409 & left to drip down without washing it off. By the way, I did tell her that in the future, don’t depend on “if all else fails, read directions”.

First it should eventually wear off, I doubt that it ruined the glaze. Second try calling the company that made the sealer, I am sure that your daughter is not the first person that has had this happen, they should be able to point her in the right direction…

No guarantees, but call customer service for the sealer, (or write them), tell them the brand of the tile that you ruined; ask for recommendations for fixing the glaze. Tell them that they need a warning on their product! Cross your fingers.