One example of electric force in everyday life is the static electricity observed when clothes stick together after being run through the dryer. Another example is the lightning visible during a thunderstorm.
Electric force can also be seen in everyday life through the electromagnetic forces that enable magnetism, such as that in refrigerator magnets. Batteries are another everyday example of an electric force, using direct electric currents to charge devices such as mobile phones. One especially common example of electric force is the wattage needed to illuminate a lightbulb. Another example is the electric stove, which transfers electrical energy into heat through resistive coils, halogen lamps or electrical induction.