Often, when it comes the time to leave your current rental apartment, you have to put a lot of effort to get it in a nice condition. Besides the fact, that you have to pack all of your stuff, you have to do that tenancy cleaning action. Otherwise you are risking not getting back your deposit. There are a lot of aspects of the cleaning, floors, walls etc.
Cleaning the floor depends not only on the type of the flooring but the cleaning detergents as well.
Every type of flooring needs a different approach. If you got carpet in the room it's probably a good idea to use a broom first, and then vacuum cleaner if you have to. If there are some really stubborn stains, on the carpet, you could use a special stain-removing detergent. It it's necessary leave it to sit like that for a while. Wood floors are going good with a nice sweep and a mop wipe-off, soaked in lukewarm water. At the end you could use wax to give them the shiny look back.
The third basic type of flooring, that could come across to you, when you have to start the moving-out cleaning, is ceramic tile material. If you were a good householder through the time spent in the rental unit and you took enough time to clean the floors from time to time, it shouldn't be a problem if you just give it a quick wipe with a mop and water. Just stress on the joints, because this is the place, where usually a lot of filth accumulates.
In case you don't have all the time necessary for a nice cleaning before you move out, you could find someone to do it for you. Professional end of tenancy cleaning services are available at many cleaning companies.