Hey guys. I was wondering if someone could help me out here. Letly I have accquired a few commision jobs, mainly repaints. But I have a big problem. All my paints have turned to jelly in thier jars. I went to pop open a few and I went to pour them into the jar for my airbrush, and the paint just kinda sluggishly dropped out. It was more like jelly or that kids slime you get one of those 25Cent machines in the food store. These were all my acrylic paints, the enamels are still good. Now, the lids are on tight, they are stored in a shelf in my tool box, with no light, in a room temperature area. Also I should mention they are about a month or two old. I tried thinners to get them back to the right consistency, but they just end up getting to thin, waters the same. I only buy Tamiya, and Testors Model Masters, and thier appropriate thinners. I am not an art major or anything, but I somewhat know how to paint, and follow the directions on thier boxes/jars for thier keep. I guess I should mention that its really the Testors that have ended up this way. And its mainly the colors, like "zinc green", "ocen blue", battleship grey"...etc.etc. Basics seem o.k. like red, orange, black. This is the first time I have ever seen anything like this with my stash of paints. Is there any way to salvage these? Or do I have buy all new paints? I would post a pic of it, but the majority of them won't come out of the jar.