We have used National Chemical Labs Tile Polish many times with great results on ceramic and porcelain.  It is not a topical, but an abrasive similar to marble polish (not sure whats in it).  Here are some photos of a recent job.

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On Thu, Oct 13, 2011 at 2:30 PM, Walter Nartowicz <walter@midatlanticstonesolutions.com> wrote:
I have to disagree with John on this one. If it real porcelain and not ceramic you can polish it, I did 600 sq ft at a Holiday Inn. Try a small area and see if it works. It's not easy but it can polish back.

On Wed, Oct 12, 2011 at 9:42 AM, Schubert Jacques <sejacques1124@aol.com> wrote:
Hello partners

This client applied a sealer on this porcelain tile ( shiny part) .... Subsequently changed her mind  and tried unsuccessfully  to strip it...( the other side). 1-Any suggestions on a good stripper to get the tile back to ORIGINAL? 2.-  how involved is it to restore the floor? 450 squares

The sealer used was. TILE LAB GLOSS SEALER...

Best Regards

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Walter Nartowicz
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