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I don't recommend the DIY foam kits if you are doing more then 200-300sq' or unless you have a remote build. These DIY kits are very expensive to use for big jobs and they can be an expensive learning curve if you don't do it right or the foam does not come out mixed right.
Thank you for your reply. Reason I ask is that I am doing a small basement bathroom reno, about 9' x 8' x 5'. I have everything torn down to the studs, which are tight up against a poured concrete foundation wall with some pipes going through a few bays. It's a pretty small job to hire out but would be pretty quick to do with spray foam. I guess my second option would be to use rigid foam in between the joists tight to the concrete and seal with canned spray foam, insulation on top, poly, then drywall. Do you see anything wrong with that approach?