To get more current flow you can cut your magnet wire into smaller pieces and wind them in parallel. If you cut your wire into 3 pieces you would have a 50 ohm coil. 5 pieces a 30 ohm coil. 10 pieces a 15 ohm coil.
Third, don't even think about using mains power - you clearly do not have the knowledge (and I'm not being disrespectful)
No disrespect taken. I am actually quite comfortable with mains power in 'regular' application. I know enough to see that my 150 Ohm coil would only draw around 1A (which I now know is not enough).