My shower wall had a tiny towel rack which was installed with screws. Because of the location, I tended to bang my head on the corner when coming in close to the faucets to adjust the temperature. I took it out. I couldn't leave holes, so I sealed the holes with screws and washers. That is effective in that it keeps the water out of the holes, but I don't like the way it looks. What would be an alternative approach?
- Remove screws and fully dry the holes and tiles there. Then back fill the holes with a colored epoxy that color matches close to the tile.
- Back fill the holes with a tile grout material of color similar to the tile color.
- Break or cut out the tile with the holes and replace with one of the spare left over tiles from the original installation job. (Hoping that you have such tile).