- Don't use GPL libraries in commercial products.
- You can use LGPL libraries in commercial products.
GPL License enables a product to be use and redistributed freely. The counterpart is that GPL License is contaminating. Meaning, to use a GPL Library in your application, you need to make it GPL too. Which is generally not the goal for commercial product.
LGPL is not contaminating. You can freely use an LGPL library but if you use it in your product, you just have to mention it somewhere in documentation, in an EULA, License.txt or whatever. You can then use whatever license you want for your product.
To help you remind it, LGPL stand for Lesser GPL. As there is Less restriction in this license, it gives you more freedom to use it.
Disclaimer: I'm not a lawyer. Take this as a quick reminder, but Licensing is something really subtle. If you have doubt, don't hesitate to directly contact the 3rd party provider to know if you can use it in your specific case.