No no no no no. NO.
First, there's two kinds of washing.
Type 1. Getting all kinds of grime, dirt, junk, and crap off.
Type 2. Getting the bike showroom looking.
For type 1, you have your S100, soap, water, that kinda stuff. Honda Brite works pretty damn well, and it's somewhere in between type 1 and type 2. A pretty dirty bike that's not REALLY super dirty, will be made way nicer than a soap and water wash, in just 2 minutes. So it's the lazy man's way to get as close to showroom as you can get without spending a whole hour on washing the bike.
For Type 2, of course, you need to learn the M word. Meguiar. Hehhhhh... An old geezer of a bike looks better than your new bike after it dances with the M. Meguiar makes about 15-20 different products for every different situation though, so it takes some learning. I'll be brief...
Clear Plastic Cleaner & Polish - gets your windscreen (and helmet visor) looking new and scratchless.
Gold Class Soap - washes the bike without removing waxes and protectant layers. Mild pH balanced.
Scratch Remover and various grades of Hand Polish - takes out swirls and minor scratches.
Polish - takes out even finer scratches and makes the clear coat glass smooth like a mirror, while at the same time giving a coat of highly reflectant lustre.
Gold Class Wax or Carnauba #1 Wax - the best wax available. On top of the polish, it thickens the depth of the shine, and seals it in for weeks, provided you regularly use:
Detailer Mist - gets a previously Meguiar-treated bike back to showroom with one wipe down, because it enhances the luster of the wax without removing it, while taking away all microscopic dust and dirt.
There are a lot more products to learn about, but I had to learn it myself... at least you have a clue where to start for a bike that is permanently in showroom condition.